Would he have the confidence in the twilight of his boxing career to come out aggressively? Like the way he did against the likes or Kirk Johnson, Adamek, Briggs, Hide etc. Or would Haye's speed and dangerous punch power force him to be a lot more cautious? I couldn't/wouldn't like to see him take the Wlad approach with keeping him at range with the jab for most of the night. Although it was a sound strategy and showed the gulf in class between the two, it didn't make for the best of fights. I just have the feeling if Vitali landed on Haye early, he would have him out of there. His punches are a totally different proposition than Wlad's.