As expected, Wladimir Klitschko (55-3-0) is being his default self, acting in a very composed and democratic manner.
Surprisingly, David Haye (25-1-0) seems much calmer then every before, and even slightly unsure of himself when he talks about his upcoming fight with Wladimir and the heavyweight division in general.
Maybe it’s just me, but I feel Haye will slowly start realizing that he is in for the fight of his life, and his loss is more probable than he thought before.
He just doesn’t seem to be the David Haye he was before; the one holding a shirt with the decapitated Klitschko heads.
Haye talks about the fact that all of Wlad's competition always eat his jabs, leading to their downfall. Does this mean that Haye is implying that he will be able to avoid Wlad's jab?
Haye is being fairly unrealistic if that's the case.
They will meet inside the ring on July 2 in Hamburg, Germany. The IBF heavyweight title, WBA super world heavyweight, WBO heavyweight and the IBO heavyweight title will belong to only one of the two men at the end of the night.
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