Klitschko: ‘I will make Haye better person’

WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko has vowed to ‘destroy’ David Haye in their unification clash on July 2 in a beating that he feels will make his rival a ‘better person’.

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Haye’s thoughts on final press conference

David Haye speaks to Sky Sports after the final press conference for his heavyweight unification clash with Wladimir Klitschko. Haye tells Craig Slater he was glad to get a few verbal insults back from Wlad and even have older brother Vitali chime in. Also explains confrontation between Hayemaker camp member Paddy Fitzgerald and Klitschko trainer Emanuel Steward.

Haye takes on both Klitschko brothers at final presser

WBA heavyweight champion David Haye held nothing back in the final press conference today ahead of his unification super-fight with multi-division champion Wladimir Klitschko.

Haye arrives in Hamburg

WBA heavyweight champion David Haye jetted into Hamburg for the biggest fight of his career next weekend against WBO and IBF titleholder Wladimir Klitschko. Both fighters missed each other at Hamburg airport by barely 20 minutes as arrived to kick off the fight week for Klitschko vs Haye on July 2.

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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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Chisora: ‘Fury desperate for fame’

British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora has laughed off attempts to rile him by his July 23 opponent Tyson Fury saying the 6ft 9in man is ‘desperate for fame’.

With the domestic humdinger being aired on terrestrial TV by Channel 5, Chisora claimed that Fury was distracted by the media attention and was more effective at making headlines than delivering in the ring.

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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.