David Haye admits Oleksandr Usyk ‘can do every part’ – however remains to be backing his man Derek Chisora to get the higher of the undefeated Ukranian.
The pair face off of their heavyweight conflict on Saturday with the chances very a lot stacked towards Brit Chisora.
Haye despatched a warning to Usyk earlier this week, telling talkSPORT that the perfect model of Chisora will likely be on present this weekend.
Many are backing Usyk to make mild work of the 36-year-old however Haye instructed that the very fact the favorite is shifting up a weight division might be essential in tipping the struggle in Chisora’s favour.
Haye informed Drive on Thursday: “He [Usyk] can do every part, he can juggle along with his toes. He can do all these loopy issues that the majority different fighters can’t do.
“However what I believe he’s missing is that one punch energy to take out the large man. That’s what I had.
“When Evander Holyfield moved up and challenged for the heavyweight title towards Buster Douglas, who beat Mike Tyson, he knocked him out with ONE punch, a proper hand on the button. He had that firepower.
“After I went as much as heavyweight and fought Nikolai Valuev, he was seven stone heavier than me. I needed to hit him so exhausting on the chin to get his respect and hold him away from me.
“I don’t assume Usyk has that punch energy. I don’t assume he has that one single shot that may hold Derek Chisora off. I do know I couldn’t hold him off me and I punched considerably tougher than Usyk does.
“I’ve talked to Usyk’s group they usually assume he’s simply going to out-box Derek and I’m telling them it ain’t going to occur. You’re going to seek out your self in an actual dogfight and it’s going to be actually painful.”