Former two-weight world champion David Haye, who is now managing heavyweight champion Derek Chisora as manager, doubts that Alexander Usik will have enough power to keep his ward at a comfortable distance.
“I don’t believe Usyk will have enough firepower to keep Chisora at bay, because once Derek gets close to him, he will hit wherever his hands can reach. no dynamite.
If you can’t keep a big opponent at a distance, you need to learn to fight at close range, you need to become an infighter. To do this in heavyweight, when you weren’t a first heavyweight infighter, is a very dangerous game. This means that you can miss a beat. That being said, the strike from a cruiser is very different from that of a 113 kg fighter wearing 10 oz gloves. Weight classes exist for a reason, “David Haye told The Ring.