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David Haye on Klitschko brothers deals: All I wanted was 50-50

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WBA Heavyweight Champion David Haye has revealed why his proposed unification bouts with Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko can’t be agreed upon.

In a video posted on YouTube, David tells all about the contract negotiations. The Londoner explains why the two camps could not work out a deal to get either of the fights on in late 2010.

WBC Champion Vitali has now signed to fight Shannon Briggs on October 16th.

Meanwhile, WBO and IBF Champion Wladimir has a contract to fight former opponent Samuel Peter on September 11th.

Both fights will take place in Germany.

David Haye vs Audley

Haye is stalling a fight with European Heavyweight and Prizefighter Champion Audley Harrison late in the year.

The Hayemaker believes fighting the fellow Brit may be a step back for him rather than a step towards his ultimate goal of world heavyweight title unification.

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