Yes indeed i did. I was a little hesitant to post a thread on in due to not really knowing the previous form of his oponent. Irrespective of that however, it would appear that what Haye has always said (he struggles to rinse down to cruiser, and suffers for the effort) is absolutely true. His trademark speed survived the weight increase unhindered, and as for the power-
. I have always been of the opinion that Haye had enough hitting power to take on heavy's whilst a cruiser, but last night he unleashed a small flash of his true potential, and it was awesome. He nearly floored the guy with his first jab
for goodness sake
once he gets his cruiserweight title fight out of the way (he is mandatory challenger), win or lose I expect him to move back up to heavyweight where, at just 26 years old, I have high hopes of him being the saviour of the division. He has the reflexes, power and athleticism to negate any of the fatties and genetic freaks that populate the class, and he has the charisma to break america.