Rewatched it again. Looks like Chisora was having a hard time finding his range, so whenever he had Haye in the clinch he tried to get his licks in. Chisora must have thought he had a weight advantage.
Originally Posted by Lindz
He had a huge weight advantage. He was 37 pounds heavier, if I remember right.
Originally Posted by atomicpoet
That Khan fight was so awesome. I almost lost my mind when he hit the canvas in round 3. Thanks for posting the Haye fight, I missed it. You think he'll get his shot at Klitschko now? There's a fight I'd love to see as well.
Yeah, you're correct. If you noticed at times within the clinch, though, Haye was able to push Chisora back. So even though he was only 210lbs, the dude is pretty damn strong.
Originally Posted by KeithAtTakadaDojo
Vitali's fight with Manuel Charr might be his last. It all depends on if Vitali gets elected as the mayor of Kiev in October. If that happens, Vitali's definitely going to retire.
Originally Posted by lordbd
By the way, I wouldn't mind if Vitali retires since that would free up the WBC belt. Wladimir holds all the other significant titles, and I suspect this is as close as anyone will ever be to unification. (The "regular" WBA that Povetkin holds does not count.)
While the current spate of heavyweights hold nothing on the Klitschkos, the prospects coming up have strong potential. I particularly like David Price, Tyson Fury, and Seth Mitchell. None of these guys are good enough to fight a Klitschko right now, but I definitely give them a chance after a year.