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Old 01-20-2013, 11:55 PM   #59
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Default Re: Haye: Will Klitschko quit?

Originally Posted by Heavyrighthand View Post
Haye seems to suddenly realize that Vitali don't really give a f**K about Haye or if they ever fight or not.

Vitali is in the drivers seat, and don't really need Haye, nor does VItali seem to want to waste time on Haye's nonsense anymore. Haye seems to realize this, now.

Vitali can retire and go down as an alltime great heavyweight who made history, or he can fight again and defend against his mandatory and make one more good payday.

All this while Haye is left on the fringes, realizing he threw away a BIG payday, and should have taken the Vitali fight back when it was offered. What, twice before?
Even if Vitali KO's Haye in 1 round,he still wont even be top 20 heavyweight! A good fighter yes but All time great? Not even close.
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