Haye says Harrison would ‘be dreaming in 3D’ after KO in world heavyweight title clash

October 28th, 2010 - 7:05 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Oct 28(ANI): The WBA World Heavyweight championship match between David Haye and Audley Harrison will be the first boxing match to be screened live on TV in 3D.

The all-British showdown will be held in Manchester’s MEN Arena on November 13.

Current champion Haye believes that he is the perfect man to take boxing into a new dimension.

“Audley is a one-dimensional fighter and I am going to knock him out in 3D. He will be dreaming in 3D by the time I’ve finished with him,” the Daily Express quoted Haye, as saying.

“He can put the 3D glasses on and use whatever technology he wants, but it isn’t going to help him because my hands are too quick,” he added.

Meanwhile, Harrison said that Haye is in fantasy land, and is reading too much into the situation.

“He looks too much into things. I’ve heard him talking about opponents in the past and breaking them down, fraction by fraction. Forget about that, just get in there and fight. I’m a natural-born fighter, against anyone,” Harrison said.

“He would have to break them down and have a strategy, write it down, have a Plan A, B and C. But when it comes to it, he just gets beaten because he’s too busy thinking about what he wants to do instead of actually fighting,” he added. (ANI)

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