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Heavyweight champion WladimirKlitschko has no interest in fighting David Haye or Dereck Chisora




David Haye and Dereck Chisora fight at Upton Park in July, in a match that will decide who is Britain's best heavyweight. It had already sold tens of thousands of seats and even has non-boxing fans talking about it, making it, like it or not, one of the biggest boxing matches of the year. Despite that, Wladimir Klitschko has already ruled himself out of fighting the winner.

The four-belt world champion has already branded the match a 'freakshow', and now he says he has no interest in fighting either man. Given that he's already beaten a drab David Haye last year and that Chsiora showed him disrespect by spitting water in his face, it's no surprise Wladimir doesn't want to give either of them a title shot.

After he makes a mandatory defence of his title in June against Tony Thompson, Wladimir will be free to take a match against anyone he chooses. It is looking like that will be against a rejuvenated Chris Arreola, although Klitschko has already said he'd like to fight British heavyweights Tyson Fury and David Price one day .

I would say that both Fury and Price aren't ready to fight Klitschko in the next twelve months. Fury had only relatively recently started taking his training seriously, and Price should look at fighting a European-level fighter or at least one of the top-ten heavyweights before jumping in with Wladimir.