26th June 2011
David Haye today waved auf wiedersehen and left British soil in a private jet from Farnborough airport, destined for Germany, where he will countdown the final week of pre fight preparations, before clashing with Wladimir Klitschko for the right to be called, the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, in just 6 days time.
Haye who last flew to Germany on a budget airline when he won his WBA heavyweight title against Nikolai Valuez, this time decided to treat himself to travel and arrive in style for his ‘business’ mission in Germany against Klitschko.
If you have never watched a boxing match before, this is the one to see no doubt about it.” – David Haye.
“It wasn’t a private jet last time, I know that.” Haye told SkySports. “But its only a short trip, It’s only an hour and half or something I’ts nice, little treats, you’ve got to treat yourself from time to time, so I’m going in style.
“I’m Going over there to do a first class job, so Ive gotta have first class travel.”
‘Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ when I hear that song, I know it’s time to go to work it means business.” – David Haye.
Haye finished his last hard 15 round training session at his London gym last night and today boarded his hired jet in the English sunshine with optimism in the air, knowing he has left nothing to chance in the biggest fight of his life.
In relaxed mood and confident Haye, who says he is in tremendous shape has urged anybody who has never watched a boxing match before, should tune into the July 2, heavyweight unification fight and promises them that when the Red Hot Chili Peppers cue kicks in and Klitschko is walking to the ring towards him in that Hamburg football stadium, he will be ready to go to work and bring Ukrainian Klitschko’s IBF and WBO titles back with him.
“I did fifteen hard rounds last night, really pushed myself to the limit, I’m feeling tired, but as the days get close to the fight my energies levels will get better and I’ll start to rejuvenate and come Saturday night I’m gonna be amazing, I’m really gonna be at my best.”
“I’m cool calm and collected, I’m relaxed and I will be all the way up until the fight.
“When I walk out there and I hear the crowd, hopefully I’ll get some feelings from that and when I get in the ring and I see him walk to the ring with his music ‘Red Hot Chili Peppers’ when I hear that song, I know it’s time to go to work it means business.
“I know he’s going to be in tremendous shape and it’s going to be a great fight.
“If you have never watched a boxing match before, this is the one to see no doubt about it.” added Haye.
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