Wladimir Klitschko vs David Haye Tickets

After years of trash talking & accusing the other of backing out of proposed duels, all hell is set to break loose in Hamburg’s Imtech Arena when Wladimir Klitschko & David Haye square up. This boxing bout has the makings of a classic written over it. Both challengers have bulldozed opponents in their paths over the preceding years, & heavyweight unification for the WBA, WBO, IBF, IBO & the Ring championships is on the line. With the stakes so high & the electric atmosphere of the 55,000-seater Imtech Arena to look forward to, it is no wonder that Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye tickets are selling off at breakneck speed.

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About Wladimir Klitschko vs David Haye

Wladimir Klitschko, younger brother to current WBC champion Vitali, is Ukrainian in origin, & at amateur level, managed to win the super heavyweight gold at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. After turning professional, he embarked on a barnstorming run that saw his focused methodical breakdown approach win plaudits & laurels. By 2005, he was strong enough to start a journey that would see him unify the four heavyweight titles, with momentous wins against Chris Byrd (IBF & IBO), Sultan Ibragimov (WBO) & Ruslan Chagaev (The Ring) sealing a stunning record of 55-0-3. All those titles will be on the line on July 2nd. And in David “The Hayemaker” Haye, he has a worthy adversary with a single career loss. The Briton was an utterly dominant force in the cruiserweight divisions in the middle of the decade, clean-sweeping the biggest titles. Moving a step up to heavyweight, he pulverized the much-fancied Nikolai Valuev for the WBA Heavyweight title & has twice defended it. That title will be up for grabs.
The Imtech Arena, home to one of Bundesliga football league’s most well-supported teams Hamburg SV, is the venue of the fight. Over 55,000 raucous fans with their Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye tickets can fill the arena, expecting a spectacle. And a simmering history of bad blood between the two will add to the intensity. The original bout was planned in 2009, & Haye wore a t-shirt depicting him standing in the ring with the decapitated heads of Vitali & Wladimir to infuriate the Ukrainian, but eventually turned down the fight. He then promised to fight Vitali, but backtracked to set up his Valuev title shot. Since then he has had to defend against constant taunting & allegations by the brothers of ducking out.
Klitschko’s K2 Promotions are promoting the fight, & he is managed by Bernd Boente. Haye is managed by Adam Booth. Over 150 TV stations worldwide will broadcast the mega-bout, including Sky in UK & HBO in USA. The fan-base is huge as it is being mooted as the biggest fight since Lennox Lewis knocked out Tyson in 2002.
Five world titles are a big enough motivation, but Klitschko & Haye’s public feud has given the match fresh impetus. Wladimir Klitschko vs. David Haye tickets will be the hottest property in sport till the first left-hook crashes in Hamburg.