Here's some video from the most recent press conference for Saturday's fight between world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and his challenger David Haye.
Haye: "I've seen this fight so many times running out in my head. I close my eyes when I go to sleep, when I'm daydreaming, thinking about different things. Thinking about him coming out, pumping out that big jab, that right hand, leaning on me, that nice, sneaky little left hook he's got, right uppercut. I've seen it so many times and I cannot wait to get in there and just do what I'm gonna do. I'm super confident. Super happy. And it's gonna be a celebration.. ... Unfortunately for this crew on my right here, they're gonna be upset. But there always has to be a loser and he's had his fair share of wins over the years. It's time to get another violent knockout defeat."
Klitschko: "I see you're in great shape. You're very confident. You're very fast. And you are ready for July 2nd. I am so happy as well, as you said, because I'm gonna get challenged in the ring. That's exactly what I'm looking for when I box. And boxing is the best thing I can do in my life. Since you beat Mormeck in France, you became a champion, so you've got this certain attitude. Certain attitude that actually is not so good for your life, not only in the ring but also outside of the ring. That's true. You're carrying it outside of the ring as well. And I believe this is going to be a good lesson for you."