Charr, who has 21 straight victories since his debut in 2005, gatecrashed Haye’s post-fight press conference after his impressive win over Derek Chisora at Upton Park recently, only for the ‘Hayemaker’ to be unsure of who the Lebanon-born contender was.
The 31 year-old former WBA heavyweight title holder is himself intent on gaining a shot against Vitali, 41, in 2013 and has yet to acknowledge whether Charr would come into his thinking if the underdog can become the first man since Lennox Lewis to beat the Ukrainian.
The Londoner is of the belief that if the ‘Diamond Boy’ shocks Klitschko in Moscow, then he may well be obliged to give Vitali a second chance and even then, may also be contracted to face Wladimir or a fighter of K2 Promotions’ choosing.
“I love the guys enthusiasm, but he needs to read his K2 slave contract. As even if he wins, K2 own his ass for a few years!” Haye told World Boxing News via Twitter tonight.
Haye seems quite content to await the outcome of the WBC title bout next month before considering his next move and could even step away from the sport once again, if another Klitschko offer fails to materialize.