I agree...Haye would get exposed against JT. JT won't get KO'ed...which only means that Haye MUST outbox toney...and we all know that's not happening over 12 rounds...Another garbage fighter against Toney. This must mean that Haye is scared to fight him like I thought.
It's because it's JT, even 20-30 pounds overweight and way past his prime, he's still fun to watch, dangerous, and can still beat and compete against the best heavies out there, even though he's smaller than all of them at 5 foot 9.It's amazing to think that it's only been four years since Harrison won his Gold Medal, Hell, Vitali Klitshcko has actually had a fight since that happened You guys might get excited about this one, but even in a barren desert of a HW Division, the fight itself does nothing for me. I think you guys must be getting excited about the War of Words, huh?
How did you come to that conclusion? Prior to the NC against Rahman he won a fight by SD, drew and lost twice without being knocked out.The thing is...there is no one in the HW division more skilled than JT...so that only leaves winning by KO and no one is KOing JT...I think JT has one more opportunity to rise to the top in a weak HW division...
Prior to the NC against Rahman, JT was fat and out of shape and only relied on skill to even contend against the heavies. Now you actually hear me rep him NOW instead of in the past is because he's in shape. He's a very dangerous fighter when he's in shape...but I guess you'll see in the near future...How did you come to that conclusion? Prior to the NC against Rahman he won a fight by SD, drew and lost twice without being knocked out.