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Old 01-20-2013, 10:23 AM   #151
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Where are the haye fans???

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Whatever might happen glass would fly in this epic biscuit cheeen encounter!!
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Old 01-20-2013, 12:50 PM   #152
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Wlad is only faster on his feet when compared to the lumbering behemoth Lewis became toward the end of his career, and Steward is just like any other trainer, bigging up his current protege (funny how he had no praise at all for Wlad when he was training Lewis). As for Wlad being the 'sharper' puncher, ask Tyson, Ruddock, Rahman and many other top-class HWs how unsharp Lewis' punches were. You seem to think that Lewis would have to fight Wlad's game, a battle of the jabs. Even if Wlad won that particular battle, Lewis would take Wlad to the trenches, and Wlad would have no reply.
Steward had no praise at all while with Lewis??

"The right hand that Klitschko is shooting tonight is one of the best right hands I've seen. Not just today but in the history of boxing."-during the Shufford fight.

"I always told Lennox that the one guy out there that I'm most concerned with is the younger Klitschko."

Steward praised Wladimir left and right dude. And as far as the 'sharper' puncher thing... Steward said Wlad had the most power of any fighter he's trained. He's said it in multiple interviews. Also fighters who have sparred and fought both.
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Old 01-26-2013, 01:05 PM   #153
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Steward had no praise at all while with Lewis??


"I always told Lennox that the one guy out there that I'm most concerned with is the younger Klitschko."
Hadn't read that
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Old 01-26-2013, 03:21 PM   #154
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Wlad dominated HW division where fat middleweight James Toney had sucess and middleweight Chris Byrd held a title.
Holyfield and Lennox Lewis dominated a HW division where glass-chinned Bruce Seldon was a beltholder, former LHW Michael Moorer was lineal HW champ and Eurobum Axel Schulz got not one but *THREE* titleshots

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Old 01-26-2013, 06:13 PM   #155
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I think he would last more than 6 rds - unlike vitali.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:00 AM   #156
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I think he would last more than 6 rds - unlike vitali.
But would he win the first 2 rounds and stun Lewis like Vitali did? If it was toe to toe like Lewis- Vitali was I don't think it'd go 6 rounds...
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:27 AM   #157
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haye is a shittalker, but don't forget his talent. he is a real talent with speed and power and defense. and lewis is more aggressive than wlad but also way slower and not as good footwork. it would be a tough fight for lewis. he is the favourite, but honestly i can see david haye knocking lewis out when lewis gets overly agressive and haye counters with a nice combo. lewis would also have big problems getting to haye. wlad couldn't and he is fast as ****. thats why i believe that vitali would lose to haye (because he is to slow and to agressive)
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:42 AM   #158
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Haye wouldn't stand a chance against a motivated and in shape Lewis
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:26 AM   #159
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haye is a shittalker, but don't forget his talent. he is a real talent with speed and power and defense. and lewis is more aggressive than wlad notbut also way slower and as good footwork. it would be a tough fight for lewis. he is the favourite, but honestly i can see david haye knocking lewis out when lewis gets overly agressive and haye counters with a nice combo. lewis would also have big problems getting to haye. wlad couldn't and he is fast as ****. thats why i believe that vitali would lose to haye (because he is to slow and to agressive)
I stopped reading at that.
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Old 01-28-2013, 07:42 AM   #160
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Haye wouldn't stand a chance against a motivated and in shape Lewis

He was behind on the cards verses Bruno and I don't fancy that Bruno to take a motivated and in shape Haye.
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Old 01-28-2013, 10:17 AM   #161
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Lennox was really raged, or drunk, to say he could ko Haye in 2 rounds... in 2 rounds!

In fact, Lennox have never ever faced someone so fast and elusive like Haye.... Plus Haye has more than enough power to turn off Lennox's lights in 2 rounds, expecially considering Lennox's defeats. With Haye, it's not a matter of being aggressive, he's a counter puncher and a dodger, and has a mobility unknown to the big Lennox;
And about Haye's chin... well, he's not that suspect, more like unproven; he has already showed to be able to absord isolated shots very well, and he never is in the same place to take a second one... to the cost of dropping himself.
Haye's chin is no more his cruiserweight's one, and now that he is 32 it is even stronger , and will get stronger in the next few years, expecially considering the very little number of fights he had, and so the little body fading consequently.

Or Lennox badly underrates Haye's dodging, speed and power, or he is really really bitter, wich is not surprising at all.

Right now, Haye could probably take Vitali out, even if unfairly considering the ages differences and that he ducked him at least two times in the past;
Against Lennox, i have very few doubts he would lose, even if prime vs prime; it would surely be a nice and intriguing fight!
The winner faces Vitali!
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Old 01-28-2013, 12:08 PM   #162
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Default Re: 'David Haye would have been lucky to last 2 rounds with me' - Lennox Lewis

Who the **** has Haye beat to say he's have a chance against Lewis? In his only chance against a big intimidating heavyweight he completely blew it.
What are people watching? A prime motivated and in shape Lewis blows him away,end of.
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Old 01-28-2013, 12:17 PM   #163
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Default Re: 'David Haye would have been lucky to last 2 rounds with me' - Lennox Lewis

I might be in the minority here, but I think David Haye's main problem is size.

If David Haye was about 5 inches taller and weighed 30lbs more, he'd be the Number 1 heavyweight in the world IMO.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:44 PM   #164
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Bit strange that these comments come a couple weeks after both these guys were out on the town with each other.
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