In just a few moments thousands of boxing fans will be watching the David Haye vs. Wladimir Klitschko fight live on their chosen format, for some this will be live at home on Sky Sports in the UK, for others it will be a local pub or casino, and then there will be those that cannot get live coverage for different reasons and may look for live blogging options, or social media sites like Twitter and Facebook for updates round by round.
Earlier this week we posted some news that David Haye had launched a new game for iPhone owners, which is called “David Haye’s Knockout”. The app let Apple device owners get dirty with hand-to-face combat as David Haye himself. The launch was at the Hayemaker gym, and the world press were extremely interested thanks to the lead up to today’s showdown with the larger Wladimir Klitschko.
David Haye is well known for trying to intimidate his opponents and this recently included social site Twitter. Haye has been fully focused on Klitschko, studying him so he knows everything he can about his opponent. Part of his plan has been to try and wind him up and as OSM reported earlier today, maybe this has gone a step too far? What’s your view on Haye’s pre-fight tactics?
Another way to get updates for mobile devices is with the official Hayemaker iOS app, which aims to give those that install it complete updates on all things related to David Haye. The latest gossip, updates and exclusive content for fans of this UK boxer.
If you cannot watch the fight but want the latest news and discussions, one of the fastest places that will break the news is Twitter. You can visit this page via the online Twitter for updates by the second, or iOS owners can install the free Twitter app via iTunes. Where will you be during David Haye vs. Wladimir Klitschko? Let us know your thoughts on the fight once the results are in. Also what did you make of David Haye having some pre fight fun by trying to windup Wladimir Klitschko on Twitter? You can also see the weigh-in video for Haye vs. Klitschko below.
UPDATE: After 12 rounds Wladimir Klitschko won the fight on points, David Haye had the potential to win but could not get close enough to Klitschko. In the end both fighters felt respect for each other after both proving they can take hits and give them.