Threats to "VIOLATE" Audley Harrison and smiley faces for all. It's David Haye's Twitter, everybody.
Amir Khan, David Haye, Oscar de la Hoya, Michael Katsidis, Bernard Hopkins and Shane Mosley at yesterday's weigh-in. To keep things in order: Khan is hoping to fight Juan Manuel Marquez; Haye is probably going to fight Audley Harrison; Oscar is happy to pocket some coin for promoting; Katsidis wants to fight anyone, including Marquez and Khan; Bernard Hopkins is apparently over his tift with the Golden Boy gang; and Shane Mosley had a press conference yesterday for his September 18 PPV fight with Sergio Mora. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
From The Daily Star: John Ruiz on David Haye "He’s quicker than anyone I’ve ever fought. He came prepared. He knew what he was doing and I’ve got to give him credit. He’s a credit to British boxing and a worthy champion." Ruiz on his future: "I’ve been in this game a little too long. Sometimes you realize that you need to move on with your life. Maybe this is the time. That’s something I have to talk to the family about." (Photo by Michael Steele / Getty Images)
David Haye weighs in at 222, while John Ruiz weighs in at 231. This is Haye's heaviest weight by five pounds, while Ruiz is in the middle of the same range he's fought at the entire past decade. Photo from Sky Sports.
"He's been around for years, nothing got under his skin or rattled him, it all bounced off him. I've looked into his eyes today for the first time and he was cool, calm and collected. I didn't faze him at all. He wasn't flustered, he wasn't nervous." --David Haye, admitting his trash talk didn't bother John Ruiz at all (AP Story @ USA Today)
New WBA heavyweight titlist David Haye celebrates his decision win over Nikolai Valuev. Read our full coverage of the fight. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Bongarts/Getty Images)
Nicolai Valuev and David Haye weigh in. Valuev came in at 315, while Haye came in at 218. Valuev has tended to look his best when he weighs in around 320, but usually he leaves his clothes on for the weigh in, so he's probably around his ideal weight.
David Haye works out in London. His arms are looking huge right now. The former cruiserweight champ battles heavyweight titlist Nikolai Valuev on November 7 in Germany. (AP Photo/Simon Dawson)
The poster for the Nikolai Valuev-David Haye PPV in the States. Integrated Sports will be broadcasting the November 7 fight for $24.95.
Nikolai Valuev and David Haye at a presser in Germany. That is some size difference. (JOERG KOCH/AFP/Getty Images)