Wladimir Klitschko and David Haye talk about a POSSIBLE rematch!
Ukraine's Vladimir Klitschko outpoints Brit David Haye to keep all belts in the family, while Haye blames his defeat on a broken toe. Wladimir Klitschko has offered David Haye a rematch after beating the Englishman in Hamburg on Saturday night. The giant Ukrainian won a unanimous points victory to add Haye's WBA world heavyweight title to the WBO, IBF and IBO belts that he already held. But Klitschko was annoyed at failing to knock out the Londoner, and appeared further irritated when Haye claimed that the only reason he had not been competitive was that he broke a toe in training three weeks ago. "I'm still not okay with his behaviour before the fight," Klitschko said. "It's definitely disgraceful to the boxing fans and to the sport of boxing, the way the man behaved himself. Right now after the fight, I think the fight talks for itself. "He's been criticising all of the opponents and also he's been criticising me for being whatever, cautious, but he was more cautious than any other fighters. He was very fast and I didn't get the real and true challenge that I had the opportunity to knock him out. "He connected with a couple of punches but I wasn't hurt at any stage of the fight. I continued to fight the way I fought all 12 rounds. He criticised all my opponents but he ended up in the same situation." Haye had insisted before the fight that he would retire upon turning 31 in October, but after the defeat quickly opened the door to extending his career - and admitted that <b>...</b>
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