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Johnny Nelson says Enzo Maccarinelli can only erase the memory of David Haye by fighting him again!Back to story
The fight with Enzo and Jonny didn't take place because Jonny didn't want it. There was every excuse in the world coming out of Sheffield. The fight would have been a one sided affair, with Jonny back stepping away every round with Enzo driving forwards with bombs. In my opinion anyway Enzo would have taken it by points. Full respect to Jonny Nelson though he was a master at avoiding a tear up. Enzo isn't naturally big enough for the heavyweights, so he may as well do a Jonny and dominate a division where he is number 1.
Posted 09:28 13th March 2009
I dont think he needs to beat Haye to redeem himself. Hatton hasnt had to beat Floyd Mayweather Jr, nor has Juan Manuel Marquez had to avenge his loss to Manny Pacquiao. If he wants to redeem himself all he has to do is become a world champion again, and beating Afalobi will be a good step in the right direction seeing as he is being trained by one of the best.
Posted 21:19 12th March 2009
I'm afraid that if Enzo met Mr Haye again the same ko result would happen but maybe even quicker if at Heavyweight. DH would see it as done business and a backwards step to even talk about it however I do rate and like Enzo but make your name & money at crusier where he could unify.
Posted 20:32 12th March 2009