David Haye has risked the wrath of John Ruiz by promising to 'decapitate' him when they meet in Manchester on Saturday.Back to story
Believe me or not D.Haye is the better guy than Lennox because of his style which is 150% different than Lennox and he is younger and very talented guy. He has got everything you can see from a true gentleman, the smile, the body language can speak more than and dont forget his better looking than others british boxers. Come on bruv you will win it by knocking Lazy Ruiz out, his time is gone. He is just a bag puncher for Haye.
Posted 14:55 2nd April 2010
Can't wait to see David run amok in the ring
Posted 23:10 1st April 2010
The hype of haye is a bit much. The heavyweight division is the worst it has been in years. There is no heavyweight worth watching right now. though he might be the best of a bad bunch. you want to watch great fighters go to the lighter weights . the pacman is the most excitng fighter on the planet. the heavyweights are exciting to watch due to the big punch that can change a fight but the greater talents are in the lighter weights right now. but i wish both men a good fight and may the best man win.
Posted 21:17 1st April 2010
Haye will be Haye. He will box well, become overconfident, get dropped, be in trouble, fight his way through it, edge himself ahead in the fight, then land the decisive KO punch. Trust me. Haye KO9 Ruiz.
Posted 17:43 1st April 2010
David has the charisma and personality to match Ali, he has the power to equal Lennox but does he have the guile and the craft to beat a slugger like Ruiz? I hope so...bring on the Hayemaker!
Posted 16:14 1st April 2010
Haye is not an aspiration.. Boxing is an art that requires intelligence.. All the best fighters let their boxing skills do the talking...Haye on the other hand has to lower the tone of boxing and "trash-talk" the competition. His popularity will increase ten fold if he kept his mouth shut. We all know the heavyweight division is in a dire state and there hasnt been any greats produced. So..Haye..shut your trap and let your skills merit you!.. for your own sake!.
Posted 16:06 1st April 2010
Good luck to David Haye , the country is behind you, whup this guy and take the Klitschko brothers and you will be without doubt the new undisputed heavyweight king
Posted 12:06 1st April 2010
David Haye is only champion due to the current poor state of the division, sure he should beat Ruiz, however, I fail to see who he would have beaten out of the following - Lewis, Bowe, Tyson, Holyfield, Tua, Golata, Mercer, to name but a few. Easy to shoot his mouth off given the current crop of opposition, always an angle with Haye, well managed I think they call it these days!
Posted 10:54 1st April 2010
good luck on sat make sure you knock him out
Posted 10:26 1st April 2010
Ruiz v Haye, experience v determination, talent. Its David v Goliat, yet I have a gut feeling, David's gonna lose the title. The philistine will triumph this time. But again, that's me
Posted 09:47 1st April 2010
I think David could win this inside 6 rounds. I think he could turn out to be a genuine heavyweight champion, who can go on to dominate for several years. Early days as yet, but I am optimistic he is for real.
Posted 09:32 1st April 2010
I think it will be a tough fight so we have to wait 4 tha night but am sure HAYE will come out the strongest be it on points.
Posted 09:02 1st April 2010
cant wait! knock him out bruv!
Posted 08:33 1st April 2010
You no it David blow him away..
Posted 02:05 1st April 2010
i cant stand david haye!!!! i hope ruiz knocks him out in later rounds!!!!!!!!
Posted 22:17 31st March 2010
I have every confidence in haye making a mess of ruiz, if you can beat a 7ft monster then you can finish a career thats spanned many years especially when haye is on the way up. COME ON HAYE!!!!
Posted 19:32 31st March 2010
Got my tickets for the MEN and can't wait for this one!! Haye to knock him out in the 6th!!
Posted 19:18 31st March 2010
Would love to see The Hayemaker do a job on Ruiz on Saturday night, his confidence is admirable and hopefully he brings the heavyweight boxing scene back to England like Lennox Lewis did a decade ago. Cmon David
Posted 18:45 31st March 2010