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Old 07-16-2012, 08:54 AM   #31
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9/10 here. Great to see the old Hayemaker back not having to fight Super Heavies.
You could tell it was going to be the performance he was promising within the first 10 seconds. Stood his ground from the opening bell and started unloading on Del Boy.
That left hook/straight left from the southpaw stance that started the 1st knockdown was a beautiful thing to watch a Heavyweight do.
Its just a shame that this was probably the last we will see of the Hayemaker.
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Old 07-16-2012, 10:03 AM   #32
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Can't believe people are saying 9s and 10s...

Personally I would say about a 7, he did what was expected.

Delboy didn't turn up in the best shape and I thought he was poor on the night.

Haye also looked like he was breathing heavily and struggling in the 4th and 5th to me which obviously isn't great when you're not in a difficult fight.
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Old 07-16-2012, 11:07 AM   #33
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I think the reason people are scoring so highly is because of the way he fought as people didn't expect that from him.

Chisora was in the same shape he's always in and he gave vitali a tough fight so I don't think you can be too critical of the opponent. The tactics were maybe a little naive but then I think Haye nullified Chisora very well.

It was a very good performance. And Haye always looks like he's breathing heavy and struggling after a few rounds and generally proves otherwise as he did here...
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Old 07-16-2012, 12:34 PM   #34
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9/10 here. Great to see the old Hayemaker back not having to fight Super Heavies.
You could tell it was going to be the performance he was promising within the first 10 seconds. Stood his ground from the opening bell and started unloading on Del Boy.
That left hook/straight left from the southpaw stance that started the 1st knockdown was a beautiful thing to watch a Heavyweight do.
Its just a shame that this was probably the last we will see of the Hayemaker.


It's best to go the way he wants to be remembered with explosive speed and power in either hand why do you think Hatton is itching to come back
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Old 07-16-2012, 01:13 PM   #35
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So people are deducting him points for breathing heavily after the fight had ended by pretty brutal stoppage in a shut-out performance? **** me, this is a tough crowd.
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Old 07-16-2012, 01:23 PM   #36
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I ****ing loved it , 10 outa 10 , Haye came out and gave chizora hell , i liked hayes close range fighting the most wasnt expecting it,also his movement at times was really impressive ,brilliant night for british boxing..
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Old 07-16-2012, 04:09 PM   #37
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7/8 out of ten.

Only issue with the performance was the usual stamina thing.

Had he not got to Chisora so early I think he would of struggled to a points win..

Why no roadwork? He's clearly blowing in the majority of his fights as early as 2-3 rounds in
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Old 07-16-2012, 07:54 PM   #38
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7/10

Technically he was immense offensively he was great. Defensively, he has good upper body movement, can roll with punches, good movement. But I think he needs to Atleast implement into his gameplan, a head guard. Even Floyd Mayweather even implements a high guard at times, Haye does not block anything! He slips punches, or gets hit cleanly.

Also....

It was a intense fight, and Haye I don't think physically is made to fight at that pace for a long time. It does not matter what type of training he does, he just is not built to sustain a intense pace for 12 rounds. David Haye was getting tired, but to his credit he was forcing the fight through the fatigue.

But I think Chisora's style, will get anybody fatigued. Not many heavyweights come forward, constantly like Chisora does. And then there's the struggle to tie Chisora up, it all takes it out of you.

Everyone who fights Chisora looks completely ****ed by the end of it.

He's like a sea lion, that can box.
I can see the comparison.
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