There's something to be said about smoldering intensity before a fight. Having watched HBO's faceoff between Wladimir Klitschko and David Haye I am now convinced I've seen a dead man walking, or in Haye's case, talking. The cold intensity radiating off Wlad as he spoke softly was quite chilling. Haye at times seemed annoyed at Klitschko's statements, even uncomfortable, and at times gave the impression that he would rather be somewhere else.
Having watched this I think that Haye is beginning to get a handle on what he's unleashed. I believe Haye has the tools to win but the belief in waning. It is equally obvious that Wladimir wants to do serious bodily harm to Haye and also has all the tools to accomplish this. Haye mentioned that he's bringing something to the ring that Klitschko has never seen before. That statement cuts both ways as Haye has never faced anyone at heavyweight with the physical attributes and skills of Wladimir.
As much as Wladimir continues to state that he wants punish Haye and knock him out late I see this fight concluding much earlier than that. A brutal left-hook lands in the 4th or 5th round and puts an end to David Haye's aspirations and his career.