The 32 year-old, who is hopeful of a world title bout with either Klitschko brother within the next twelve months, is looking towards a battle with the 27-0 Pole as Charr fumes at the prospect of missing out on a Manchester clash with the ‘Hayemaker’ in the summer.
“Haye is simply a coward,” stated Charr. “I would KO Wawrzyk early and I know he is taking an easy fight. I would give him a tough fight, but he doesn’t want to risk it.
“I will now make sure I force him to fight me for the mandatory spot in the autumn, but I am just sorry that the fans will miss a great fight as I would have certainly KO’d Haye.”
Charr, 28, may now have to be content with playing the waiting game as a blacklash from fans could be on the cards for Haye due to the nature of his proposed choice for what will be his first bout in almost a year.
A clash with Charr would definitely make more sense than Wawrzyk at the moment as Haye plots a move towards another world title chance, and with Wladimir or Vitali at the forefront of the Londoner’s mind, another win must be successfully registered in the meantime – which could explain the possible choice of opponent.