By Yuri Tarantin
WBC Heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko recently gave his opinion on his younger brother's upcoming unification with WBA champion David Haye. On July 2, IBO/WBO/IBF champion Wladimir Klitschko will finally face Haye in Hamburg, Germany. Vitali defends the his title against Tomsaz Adamek in the fall in Poland. Vitali is still not sure if Haye is actually going to follow through with the fight. Haye previously withdrew from scheduled showdowns with both Vitali and Wladimir.
"I am glad that Wladimir will finally meet Haye in the ring. However, there is no guarantee that [Haye] will not, once again, withdraw from the fight. After all, this has already happened in the past. Dramatic statements [from Haye] don't do much, because when it comes down to it he finds compelling reasons and excuses [not to fight]. He is like the dog that barks but does not bite," Klitschko said. "I'm sure that on July 2, Wladimir will win and Haye will be laying on the floor. None of his loud talk will help him."
Yuri Tarantin covers the boxing scene for Allboxing.ru