Wladimir Klitschko on why he won't KO David Haye before Round 12
By John Benz, Doghouse Boxing (April 17, 2009)  
Wladimir Klitschko is prepared to hand David Haye a serious beating when the two face off this coming June 20th. Yesterday at a press conference held in Germany, Klitschko had some serious warnings for Haye who showed up wearing a t-shirt of himself holding the decapitated heads of the Klitschko brothers (Wladimir and older brother Vitali).

Angered by the t-shirt, Wladimir stated at the conference that Haye is young and can not control his emotions. Vowing to teach the young man a lesson, Wladimir stated: “I will teach him a lesson and show him how to deal with it. I can best do it into the ring."

Wladimir was at first motivated to knock Haye out in the first round, but the t-shirt has made him change his mind. Wladimir will now use the fight to torture Haye in a long process that will play out over 12 rounds. "At first I thought I would knock Haye out in the first round," said Wladimir, adding: "...but then I thought better of it. I will make it a long and painful process. I will not knock him out before the 12th round. I will enjoy the process, it will be fun."

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