Originally Posted by DrTrouble
Not sure if history will remember him. The only thing I can think of is a cowardly showing against Wlad.
In that case history should remember Wlad as equally as 'cowardly.'
I don't think Haye will be remembered at all really in the grand scheme of things, though he gets a decent mention at CWl. However slating him for his performance against Wlad, a guy twice his size, whilst letting Wlad off scott free is just ridiculous.