QUOTE (MaxPayne @ Mar 5 2012, 01:53 PM)
You hit the nail on the head. The truth here is that the way Chisora was walking through the punishment he took from Vitali, he would likely have no issues whatsoever stalking a blown up Cruiserweight like David Haye.
I think this fight could do great numbers given all the buzz around the two guys, but the truth is, Haye knows he'll have a hard time beating Chisora. This is not Nicolai Valuev lumbering around the ring like a Frankenstein/Zombie hybrid. Chisora's got some movement and foot speed.
Haye is swinging for the fences on a "one last time" payday against Vitali and that's the only fight he appears to be interested in.
Yeah, maybe thats what Haye is looking at, the risk. I think Haye will have somewhat of an easy night..."somewhat" being the operative word here. He's quick enough to land something on Chisora, and if he's accurate enough, a nice precise punch would put Chisora in a compromising position.
It's not all about being able to take a punch, it's usually the punches that dont see coming, that gets you in trouble. On the other hand, Chisora being able to take Haye's punches, may make Haye shit his pants and find a way out of the fight.
Whether Haye likes it or not, his best bet would be to get in there and try to send Chisora to the moon, then start up some more shit with the Klitz bros. He must remember the results of his last outing, and also recognize that the press conference fight got him about 80% back into the picture...it gave him a second wind so to speak.