Haye: ‘I have specific strategy for Klitschko’

WBA heavyweight champion David Haye has revealed he has a ‘specific strategy’ to defeat Wladimir Klitschko ahead of their world heavyweight unification showdown next weekend.

Klitschko last week in training camp pictures

WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko was putting the final touches to his training camp this week ahead of his eagerly anticipated unification clash with David Haye on July 2.

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Calzaghe: ‘Haye can throw 100 punches per round’

British boxing legend Joe Calzaghe has commended David Haye for the shape he is in ahead of his unification showdown with Wladimir Klitschko on July 2.

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Haye: ‘Me and Wlad will outdo Tyson-Lewis’

WBA heavyweight champion David Haye is predicting that his unification mega-fight against Wladimir Klitschko on July 2 will do bigger pay-per-view numbers than Lennox Lewis vs Mike Tyson.

Macklin: ‘Me and Haye will do job in Germany’

Matthew Macklin says he and David Haye will return from Germany triumphant over the coming fortnight as both men attempt to wrest world titles from longstanding champions in the Central European country.

Haye learns UFC moves for Wlad fight

Well maybe not so much UFC moves but here’s a video from David Haye’s open training session showing some of the Hayemaker’s gym work for his impending dual with 6ft 5in fellow heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko. Shot by the boys at Sportsvibe.co.uk, the clip captures Haye comfortably laid out on the canvas while strength and conditioning coach Ruben Tabares looks like he’s trying to apply an arm lock.

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Haye: ‘Wlad is no good guy’

WBA heavyweight champion David Haye has hit out at WBO, IBF and IBO king Wladimir Klitschko’s good guy image ahead of their unification clash on July 2.

Haye who is not afraid of ruffling a few feathers in the build up to a fight was surprised how much fans took to Wladimir over his charm offensive during the media drive for the fight.

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Haye pep talk helps Andy Murray

British tennis No1 Andy Murray has credited a pep talk with WBA heavyweight champion David Haye for getting him mentally ready for Wimbledon.

The Scot was on the ropes following a crushing loss to Novak Djokovic in the Final of the Australian Open in January but revealed a chat with the boxer, who is preparing for his own showdown with fellow heavyweight champ Wladimir Klitschko, helped him regain his self-belief.

Klitschko vs Haye Face Off

What is it about HBO’s barnstorming interview show Face Off that that really drives home the point that a fight is around the corner? That question is answered in the first line of each fighter’s opening gambit in this Klitschko vs Haye Face Off.

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