Mike Tyson
Mike Tyson as tipped David Haye to beat Audley Harrison when the two British heavyweights clash at the MEN Arena in Manchester, on Saturday, November 13th.
.
Tyson feels that Hayes professional pedigree will be the telling factor in the fight and the fact that Harrison’s success as an amateur was high, winning the Olympic Gold medal, it doesnt  necessary mean he would cut it as a pro.
.
“I will go with the champion, because he is more accomplished than Audley Harrison. said Tyson.
.
“I know Audley won the Olympic Gold medal, but that was amateurs and this is pro and as you know he hasn’t been as successful as a pro, as he was as an amateur. Its not the same dynamics so to speak.” Tyson added.
.
LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 27:  WBA World Heavy...

Iron Mike also added that the WBA heavyweight champion Haye (left) needs to establish himself in the heavyweight division and instead of chasing the  other division champion’s the Klitschko’s at the moment, should fighting the contenders who the Klitschko brothers have already fought.

.
But with Haye planning on a late 2011 retirement plan, there might not be time for Haye to follow Tyson’s plan and fans would hope the klitschko fights happen before Haye leaves the sport.
.
“He should fight the guys the Klitschko’s beat and see the outcome of those fights,
see how he beats them? In the same fashion as the Klitschko’s? or does he beat them quicker? Or takes longer? And then that’s basically how we decide how they would do if they were matched with each other?” said Tyson.
.
Asked if he would beat Haye if the two thought in the same time frame? Tyson, once the most feared heavyweight of the 80’s and 90’s and the self proclaimed ‘Badest Man on the Planet’ didn’t pause for a second.
.
“Id like to think I could beat anyone in my time frame, but that’s just my self endearment and ego. But I’d like to believe that.” Tyson said.
.

.
By Chris Maylett
.

Bookmark and Share
Enhanced by Zemanta