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Old 07-06-2011, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default What about Haye v Dimintreko for the EBU

It would be a step back, but only 1 step.

And at least it would be a Ukranian who he stands a chance against
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And the point of this is...?
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:05 PM   #3
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If Haye was in this sport to improve himself as a fighter and reinvigorate himself to sharpen his tools to take on a Klitschko then yes, but it seems Haye's next move will be based on making the maxium amount of money possible. Dimitrenko is fighting Sprott next anyway.
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:06 PM   #4
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Your just mugging the lad off .
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:06 PM   #5
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He'd absolutely smash Dimitrenko.

If he can't get Vitali then I'd like him to fight Arreola or Povetkin.
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:09 PM   #6
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He'd absolutely smash Dimitrenko.

If he can't get Vitali then I'd like him to fight Arreola or Povetkin.

He'd be the favourite yes, but Dimitrenko would still be a big step up from Valuev.
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:10 PM   #7
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What are you on about...Dimi is awful. Completely soft centered. He wouldn't last 3 rounds.
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I like seeing fighters picking up legitimate belts. The EBU is a great little bauble to have round your waist and follow this up for 3 belts against the Chisora/Fury winner would reinvent him as a legitimate contender.

I know it has no chance of happening, but I can only hope
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He should've fought someone like Dimitrenko before he fought Wlad. Too late now especially if he only wants one or two more fights maximum.

I still don't understand this retire at 30 nonsense. Because "I said it when I was 10"
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[quote=TFFP;10114951]What are you on about...Dimi is awful. Completely soft centered. He wouldn't last 3 rounds.[/quote]


We all heard the same such talk prior to Haye vs Valuev, I wasn't swayed then either. A win for Haye over Dimitrenko of today would likely be his best win in the sport.
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:18 PM   #11
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When feather fisted Eddie Chambers knocks out Valuev let me know.
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The fact that Dimitrenko's fighting Michael Sprott next says it all
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He should've fought someone like Dimitrenko before he fought Wlad. Too late now especially if he only wants one or two more fights maximum.

I still don't understand this retire at 30 nonsense. Because "I said it when I was 10"
Yeah agreed. It's silly and i never like fighters who wanna get out before they really got into it. Al Bernstein don't agree with it either in his video about the fight (posted by Slip in the Choi). Have a few more fights and have another crack at it. No shame in losing to Wlad he knows in his heart he lost and lost without going out with a bang but only he can put that right if he wants to.

He's an Ali fan i believe. He should look at his career and see how he overcome lows to regain highs. Okay he's not Ali but he can show his true worth but fighting back rather then walking away after a damp squib.

If i was him i'd sit down with Booth and co in a month/two month's time when it's really died down and he's gone away and looked at life. See how he feels and see if hungers there. If there's hunger and not just in his heart then put a 3 fight plan together and see where he's at by end of that. If he can't get a Klitchsko into ring then maybe he can say i tried but to no avail.
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Yeah that should definitely be his plan. It'd only take 2 years maximum and he can still be out by 32 anyway. With his style, he's never gonna take loads of punishment so it's very, very unlikely that he ever gets seriously hurt in the ring.

Didn't Amir Khan say he was gonna retire when he was 25 or something as well a few years ago
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Yeah that should definitely be his plan. It'd only take 2 years maximum and he can still be out by 32 anyway. With his style, he's never gonna take loads of punishment so it's very, very unlikely that he ever gets seriously hurt in the ring.

Didn't Amir Khan say he was gonna retire when he was 25 or something as well a few years ago
yeah something as re****ed and stupid like that. Typical Amir he doesn't think before he speaks .
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