iFilm London Productions presents an exclusive interview with current WBA World Heavyweight Champion and former undisputed World Cruiserweight Champion David Haye.

iFilm London’s Kugan Cassius caught up with David at the London press conference for his world heavyweight showdown with Wladimir Klitschko on 2nd July 2011, in Germany.

After into the UK, after yesterdays presser in Hamburg, the pair were again striking with the verbal blows and Haye, who refused to shake Klitschkos hand again and certainly has no intention of doing so anytime soon and is just ready to take Wladimir’s head off!
Haye has no interest in shaking Klitschko’s hand
“I ain’t got no time to be shaking my opponents hand, Ive no interest in being his friend, showing him respect, showing him anything other than disdain and that’s exactly what he’s gonna get a July 2.”

“He’s got someone getting in the ring with him who’s not following orders, not shaking his hand when he wants, answering to him when he wants, I’m gonna go out there and rip his head off.

“I haven’t thought a day past this fight, the world ends on July 2, there’s nothing past that date that matters to me in the slightest. All I want to do is focus my life, time and energy and making sure I am the best I can possibly be.

“I’m in fighting shape now, you’d be hard pushed to find a heavyweight in the world who’s in good a shape as I an know and there’s still eight weeks to the fight.”

If Haye is to beat Klitschko the younger then big brother Vitali will be ready to win back the family crown jewels and will stalk his own showdown with the Londoner. But Haye says he has no problem with that and would be quiet happy to face the Ukrainian siblings on the same night if he had to.

“Even if there were both of them in the ring, Id find a way to beat both of em on the same night, ‘Royal Rumble Style’ – Haye added.
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