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Anything to warrant a Wlad-rematch.
Wlad isn't keen on rematching Haye, simply because he struggled with his lateral movement. Most of those rounds were close rounds with hardly anything landing... it wasn't domination as some ppl make out to be. Haye needed a better gameplan. Neither fighter came out better from that fight honestly.
Ppl complain Haye is calling out Vitali, yet Vitali has a belt, and Haye wants to be a champ again... what else is he going to do? Calling out Wlad wouldn't get him anywhere.
He's the 2nd/3rd best heavyweight atm, and is exciting, and knows how to sell a fight.
Haye-Povetkin would be an easy fight, early stoppage for Haye... Povetkin is easily open to some massive shots from Haye. But I don't see Haye putting himself anywhere near Povetkin, knowing how dodgy the guy is and his associates (remember the death threats to Huck), though an easy fight nonetheless.
Not sure which belt is up for mandatory next for Wlad, but Haye could take that route.
But at the end of the day, if he doesn't get a world title shot from Vitali, he doesn't need to continue if he doesn't want to. The guy was the champion at Cruiserweight, and a former WBA Heavyweight champion. The guy is loaded, and is planning for a career ahead. He's in a good spot for himself atm.