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View Poll Results: If Haye had Adequate Sparring against Ruiz, his performance would have shown...
SIGNIFICANT Improvement 2 28.57%
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LITTLE Improvement 2 28.57%
NO Improvement 2 28.57%
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Old 04-13-2010, 10:58 AM #1
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Default To What Degree Did Lack Of Sparring Effect Haye's Performance Against Ruiz?

While he eventually convinced the corner of Ruiz to surrender, David Haye himself stated in the post-fight interview that lack of sparring accounted for what he considered to be a sub-par performance against John Ruiz.

To what degree do you think lack of sparring effected Haye's performance in that fight? And was Wladimir Klitschko eager to openly challenge Haye at this particular point in time because of Haye's "sub-par" performance against Ruiz?

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