Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by ChiefSupport, Oct 10, 2021.
He knows nothing about boxing, he just got by with great athleticism.
He's simply a bit thick, like Nelson. Still talking rubbish after the fight.
Does he genuinely think he can fight Fury, he must be on the wind up.
Id rather listen to him than the majority of DAZN' lot
Haye is a bit of a hater tbh but still a decent commentator.
I think he just loves attention. Any kind.
Or maybe he is just dense. He did think it would be a good idea to make light of gang **** on daytime TV to sell a fight with Audley Harrison.
Either way he's a little odd.
Oi stop picking on people who make awful predictions...
I used to be neither here nor there with him as a person. It changed when he went on I’m a Celeb a totally different person to who we all knew and played Mr nice guy for all the housewives. You could see right through it. He just wanted more tv and as you say attention. It’s easy money and he thought he was on for a Hollywood career seeing as he wanted to stop getting punched in the head at 30. Family Fortunes with Groves etc he was everywhere for years. Got skint, come back, got unlucky with his Achilles, come back and got battered! Any I’ll feeling was gone after them losses.
I don’t think he’s too bad as a pundit despite his rubbish predictions. IF I remember Right there was a big fight coming up and they were doing the build up in each corner of the ring programme and he was the only one willing to disagree with Big absolutely irrelevant John Fury. The others had their lips on his bum a usual. That’s something.
I agree that Haye did an absolute U turn on Fury regarding his prediction in the 3rd bout compared to his ringside assesment in the 2nd fight. The bloke made no sense based on on his earlier convictions. The reasoning coming across a tad lame regarding Wilder's supposed injury prior to the 2nd bout. ( and no fecker knew about it- the perfect excuse for Wilder at the time ???)
Anyone else think this was all a bit "shill" and possibly just BT sport wanting even positive punditry for both Wilder and Fury to enhance the buildup and PPV's prior to the fight?.
At the end of the day it would have been a bit one sided if both Haye and Woodhall had both been pro Fury in late build up and early on in the studio.
He's a complete tool. I'd rather listen to Tony Bellew. Yes he's that bad.
He really talks so much bull****.
He tipped Khan to beat Canelo by clear decision and said Khan was much bigger physically than Canelo and that his chin would be better at a higher weight
An example of a poor financial advisor.
I am not a fan of Haye but I don't think we should judge ANYBODY (obviously that includes ME) on predictions OK
Probably also an element of projection and sowing the seeds for HAYEMAKER 27.0 who will be injury free and heavyweight champion again.
I find him pretty good as a commentator. I also call most fights wrong so can empathise there ha.