31.03.07 – Tomasz Bonin, the WBC 11th ranked heavyweight who is on his way to Wembley Arena to take on David Haye, the face of British boxing, on 27 April has released the first comments from his Polish training camp. Bonin is clearly not making the journey to the UK just to make up the numbers, but to inflict a severe dent into any ambitions Haye may have in the heavyweight division. “I am very excited abut fighting David Haye! Very excited!” Bonin said from his base in the Polish mountains..
“I am fully aware that he’s marked the favourite by the media and fans when we fight, but they forget he never boxed at full heavyweight before. I am a full heavyweight and I consider myself a grown-up fighter. I’m not a young kid anymore, I’m very experienced and I’ve had more than 200 amateur fights.
“Actually, I was in Belfast, when David won the World Silver Medal in 2001 and I’ve followed him ever since. Believe me, I know what I’m dealing with.
“We both have one loss, but in contrast to him, to this day I can’t understand why the referee stopped my fight with Audley Harrison. I think of myself as the first to beat him and I work hard here in the Polish mountains to become the second man to beat David Haye.”
Tickets for David Haye vs. Tomasz Bonin are priced at £100; £70 & £40.
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