British and Commonwealth heavyweight Champion Dereck Chisora has dubbed opponent Tyson Fury a ‘poor man’s version’ of WBA, WBO and IBF champ Wladimir Klitschko ahead of their big showdown on July 23 at Wembley Arena.
WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titleholder Wladimir Klitschko offers a summary of his unification super-fight with David Haye. From the build-up through to fight night and post-fight fallout, Klitschko offers his opinion on everything with just images and facial expressions… but you’ll get the picture…
With thousands of British fans having descended on Hamburg over the weekend expecting to see the Londoner become the unified champ, Haye told TalkSport that he was ‘gutted’ he didn’t deliver.
Klitschko who fought to a clear unanimous decision points victory over Haye was annoyed at failing to knock out the Londoner, and appeared further irritated when Haye blamed his poor performance on a broken toe.
Taking off his boots in the post-fight interview to reveal a broken toe, Haye claimed the injury scuppered his tactics and prevented him from getting any leverage to land with his trademark Hayemaker.
The giant Ukrainian retained his IBF and WBO versions of the title and claimed Haye's WBA crown after a polished display over 12 rounds in the Imtech Arena of Bundesliga side SV Hamburg.
Hayemaker trainer Adam Booth claims the scales at Friday’s weigh-in were wrong stating David Haye is 5lbs lighter than yesterday’s reading at 14st 12lbs.
WBA heavyweight champion David Haye clocked in at 15st 3lbs at the electric weigh-in on Friday afternoon in the Karadst shopping centre in Hamburg, but Booth has revealed the reading was incorrect.
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