The 28 year-old from Lebanon, who was stopped in four rounds by the elder Klitschko on a cut last year, remains hopeful of a clash with Haye to decide which of them faces Vitali, but believes the Londoner would come unstuck if he beats him to a title challenge with the Ukrainian.
“Haye is fast, but unfortunately he uses his speed to run away when he faces a strong guy like he did in his fight against Wladimir,” Charr told World Boxing News.
“He is a good fighter when he knows he is winning, but I think he would be scared if he fought Vitali or any other real heavyweight contender.
“Vitali Klitschko is the best heavyweight in the world right now, so I have to say; ‘The only way David Haye can beat Vitali Klitschko is on a race track where he can just run away.’ – in a boxing ring he doesn’t have a chance.”
The ‘Diamond Boy’ is currently hunting his next opponent for a possible bout in February and is confident that he has the beating of the two-weight world champion if the pair ever crossed paths in the near future.
“David Haye is a cruiserweight,” stated Charr. “Even though he knocked out some heavyweights, I still don’t think that he could handle my power and my pressure. I am young, I am fast and I can punch.
“I am not saying that I would definitely beat David Haye. All I’m saying is this; ‘Let’s find out what happens – I’m ready to go!”