David Haye's trainer Adam Booth says Wladimir Klitschko will find it impossible to predict his charge's strategy when they meet on 2nd July. Britain's WBA heavyweight champion Haye faces Ukraine's IBF and WBO title-holder Klitschko in a blockbuster unification showdown in Hamburg.
Booth, who has been in Haye's corner for all 27 of his fights since he turned professional in 2002, conceded Klitschko would be "the most dangerous opponent by a country mile". Klitschko, 35, has won 55 of his 58 pro fights, with a remarkable 49 knockouts, and has not lost since 2004.
"David's never boxed or sparred with anyone as dangerous as Wladimir Klitschko, it will have to be the performance of David's life," said Booth.
"But it's the same the other way round as well – Wladimir Klitschko has not boxed anyone as dangerous as David will be.”