Dan Rafael of ESPN.com says that there is no potential for a Klitschko brothers double-header in March, contrary to previous reports, and that if Wladimir does face Jean Marc Mormeck on March 3, the rumored fight between Vitali and David Haye would be pushed back.
Wladimir and Mormeck were scheduled to fight on December 10, but the champ pulled out due to kidney stones. The scheduled undercard, including Gennady Golovkin vs Lajuan Simon, has now been moved to Friday night in Düsseldorf.
Of course, this does make sense. Both brothers make their own major money no matter who they fight in Germany, and there's no point to pairing them up and cutting the money up between them. RTL gives them a huge fee for their fights in Germany, and Sky Sports pays for their bouts in the U.K., and they usually find some kind of TV outlet in the States, too, be it HBO, independent pay-per-view, or ESPN3.
Just in case I haven't made my feelings on Wladimir vs Mormeck clear by now, I'll say it again: The fight shouldn't happen in the first place. Moving anything back to accommodate that mismatch is absurd. But they're determined, for whatever reason, to go through with this fight.