David Haye is just another bully for Wladimir Klitschko to stop

Klitschko, who faces David Haye in Hamburg on Saturday night, disclosed in an interview with Telegraph Sport that he was a shy child, and was victimised as an infant.

had a combination of things happen in my life. My parents were travelling in their job. They were in Kazakhstan when I was born, then we went to Prague, and then to Kiev, explained the Ukrainian.

In the face of constant goading from Haye, the World Boxing Association heavyweight champion, Klitschko suggested that he would the big mouth a lesson at the Imtech Arena, the home of Hamburg FC, in front of 50,000 fans.

I met him the first time, over a private dinner [in London], he was cool, but on another side he was freaking out, totally emotional, acting very young, explained Klitschko, who lives in a gated mansion 20 minutes drive from Hamburg city centre.

was ridiculous how aggressive he was. He should learn to control himself. He should do his talking in the ring. There is where I will do mine. I will teach him a lesson.

The Ukrainian believes Haye who arrived in Hamburg last night on a private jet, after trainer Adam Booth and his team has underestimated his armoury.

know I an efficient boxer with many facets. I am lucky because my jab [his leading left punch] is a power punch. My right hand is like a missile. I let it go in a fight when I am ready to stop my opponent.

While Haye has insisted he will retire come the end of October regardless of the result on Saturday, Klitschko says he remains undecided over when to end his career, which stands at 55 wins, with 49 knockouts, and three defeats.

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