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26 August 2010 :: 18:08:06 pm 36688

Brit Champion Haye Levels Abusive Tirade at Detractors

Following weeks of negative publicity from his prospective opponents and detractors, Brit world heavy weight champion David Haye has finally spoken out over the issues.
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International, the 25th of August 2010: Regarding recent negative comments in the media, Haye initially stated, “It’s been quite amusing to listen to some of the s**t that’s been said over the last few weeks and months. My mum’s always said, if you’ve got nothing good to say, don’t say anything at all.”

His silence however was only temporary it seems, as he has over the last few days been active in relying to various jibes on highly public forums such as Youtube and Twitter.

In what is thought to be a reference to Vladimir Klitschko’s recent “little dog” comment, Haye stated, “(when it comes time) you’ll realise who really is the b***h and trust me, it ain’t me.” Klitschko made the remark over Haye’s seemingly persistent avoidance of a title fight with the dominant Ukrainian champion.

Following the Klitschko attack boxer Audley Harrison, a former friend of Haye’s, urged the champion to “man up and sign,” regarding a proposed title fight that has all been agreed barring Haye’s signature.

Haye retorted to Harrison’s comments through public message broadcast website Twitter, stating, “Shut the F*** up Fraudley. If somehow we ever do fight, that career-high payday you crave won’t cover your medical bills! Pipe down…”

Having lost to Harrison at the 2000 Olympics, Haye’s career blossomed while his friends stagnated. Harrison’s comments are as such believed to be partly prompted by Haye’s refusal to repay some early assistance by putting him on several undercard fights and fuelled by his current refusal to sign on the “battle of Britain,” super-fight.

Despite all the controversy and abusive remarks broadcast in the past few weeks, the Haye-Harrison fight has still been pencilled in for the 13th of November in Manchester, while the much anticipated Klitschko-Haye bout still remains an illusive fixture.

Reporter : Harry Roberts   Photo : Internet   Category : Sports News

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