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> David Haye Has No Desire to Fight Chisora..., Is anybody surprised?
Cshel86
post Mar 2 2012, 08:42 PM
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http://www.boxingscene.com/david-haye-i-no...-chisora--50059

The title says it all, and Haye also makes it a point that Chisora "lost his last 3 fights". Dude...so what!? It's been mentioned over the past two weeks that this is the most attention the HW division has received in a while, and this is all Haye decides to do?

Though he gave us less than nothing to be excited about in his last bout with the Kltz bro (before the opening bell), the least he can do for the boxing community is com eback and fight Chisora in the ring, and possibly get another fat payday with the one of the Klitz bros.

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Cshel86
post Mar 5 2012, 01:28 PM
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Im just wondering why Haye is being such a blade right now. I mean seriously, the promotion for a Chisora fight is already done, since that altercation of their's drew more attention that the real fight which had just ended before the presser.

This is Haye's way back into the picture...and there's no better way of doing it. Chisora will give him problems here and there, but this is Haye's ticket back into talks of another Klitz fight...especially if he beats Chisora better than Vitali.

As its been mentioned, how in the world can a guy slap you, and spit water in your bother's face, and ALL you can manage to do is stay on your bike for the whole fuckin' fight? He was supposed to dismantle Chisora, so all Haye has to do is knock Chisora out...Vitali already set it up for him.
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