British boxer and the former champion David Haye said he was willing to come to Kiev for revenge with Wladimir Klitschko, the best boxer in heavyweight according to four versions. The WBA ex-champion said that in general, he was ready to get in the ring with the Ukrainian at any place of the globe.
Klitschko and Haye fought 3 years ago, back then Wladimir won by common consent of the judges. In 2012, David knocked out his countryman Dereck Chisora and said he quitted the box. But this year, he said about his intention to resume his active career and take part in a championship fight in a couple of seasons.
It is to be recalled that last Saturday, November 15, Wladimir Klitschko retained his status of the world champion for the 17th time by knocking out Kubrat Pulev in the fifth round. The fight was very dynamic and exciting. Klitschko reacted to the lunges of the Bulgarian with intense attacks, which reflected on the duration of the fight.
After the battle, the Ukrainian said that on the ring Pulev paid for his ignorance. In his opinion, the Bulgarian did not realize that he was at the top of the boxing world, where he had to be not only a good fighter, but also to respect a competitor.
The former champion and the competitor of Wladimir"s brother, Lennox Lewis, in his turn, called Pulev a "trivial sturdy guy", noting that Klitschko can defeat any boxer.