Haye waits on Vitali decision for German bout, then wants Wladimir
Two-weight world champion David Haye is ready to face both Klitschko brothers in the coming year as the outspoken Briton aims to regain the heavyweight title.
The 32 year-old, who lost his WBA belt to the younger of the two siblings Wladimir in July 2011, remains hopeful of securing a maiden challenge for the WBC title currently held by 41 year-old Vitali.
The ‘Hayemaker’ then wants to a return with Wladimir, who currently holds the other four major championships, as he seeks to follow in the footsteps of compatriot Lennox Lewis and unify the division.
“The world needs one unified champion and I hope we can agree a fight at a football stadium in Germany this summer against Vitali,” Haye told AP.
“After I have fought Vitali, I want revenge against Wladimir to be able to unify the heavyweight titles which hasn’t been done in several years.”
The Londoner has been out of the ring since his bruising victory over Dereck Chisora in July of last year and has recently reapplied for his boxing license with the British board as he eagerly anticipates a call from the Klitschko camp.