London, Feb.17 (ANI): Ukrainian boxer Vitali Klitschko, the current WBC heavyweight champion, has said that he keeps having a recurring dream in which he wants a crack at missing in action British boxer David Haye.
"Without dreams, life is boring. I have my sports dream, but I don't want to talk about it. I am superstitious and that is why I don't want to tell you about it. But this dream keeps me active in boxing, it motivates me," the Guardian quoted the 40-year-old boxer, as saying.
When not pretending to be worried about Chisora or any of the other anonymous pretenders queueing up for a shot at his title, Klitschko needs little encouragement to talk about Haye, who surrendered his WBA quarter of the world title to Vitali's baby brother, Wladimir, in Hamburg last July.
"David Haye is so unpredictable," Klitschko says.
He adds: "We tried to make a deal and I hope the fight comes through, but right now we are miles apart from making the contract. I hope that after Dereck Chisora, David Haye changes his mind and I can give him a chance to fight for a world title." (ANI)
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