Were looking for Wladimir first, he holds the IBF WBO and IBO heavyweight titles, so that will definitely be a big scalp.
But I achieved my goals becoming the heavyweight champ, so unifying the titles will be like the cherry on the cake for me, but for one reason or not if it doesn’t happen, then it wasn’t meant to be and I’ve just to get on with my life.” said Haye.
Lets hope then that the powers of karma are balanced in favor and a 2011 heavyweight unification series is how the future is written, and a boxing clash of a East meets West happens.
David Haye optimistic he will fight Wladimir Klitschko
Haye, 30, told BBC Sport he was “pretty certain” it would happen as it was the most lucrative match-up available.
“It’ll make them more money than any other fighter on the planet, when that’s the case that normally means the fight is going to happen,” said Haye.
“All parties want it. It’s about trying to reach a deal everyone’s happy with.”
Haye and Wladimir had been due to meet in 2009 but the fight was called off after Haye suffered a back injury. read more
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