Aleksey Radchenko, Certified specialist in acupuncture
Svetlana Laputjko, Specialist in homeopathy
Psychotherapist Alexander Moshkin
Atmest smēķēšanu
Caurdurt ausis
  about us specialists price-list contact us   lv ru en  


   news Sport news

Haye does what he has to do.


In boxing, you do what you have to do. Pleasing the crowd, fulfilling pre-fight boasts, they're just peripherals. Boxing's not a game, so you do what you have to do. Against Nikolay Valuev, David Haye did what he had to do. No frills, no showboating, no flights of unnecessary machismo.

He hit, he moved, he hit, he moved - all the way to the world heavyweight crown. As the great Evander Holyfield said beforehand, the perfect tactics against the 7ft Russian lead to a "boring fight". Call it boring, call it boxing at its purest. "He had his game-plan and he executed it to perfection," said Valuev's co-promoter Don King after watching the fight. "He did what he had to do, and he did it brilliantly."

"I had to find a strategy to beat him, and I did," said Haye, who revealed he had damaged his right hand early on in the fight. "I hit him more times than he hit me." Why would Haye have fought any other way? Seven stones lighter, nine inches shorter, only a madman chooses to stand in front of a giant like Valuev and trade - a madman, and most likely a loser. Who decided a boxer shouldn't be allowed to win a fight on the back foot? Who said simply walking forwards wins you rounds? As Haye's trainer Adam Booth pointed out, "if you land two punches in the round and don't get hit once, it's you who wins the round", whether you're backpedalling or not. With a partisan crowd behind him at the Nuremberg Arena, Haye must have been sorely tempted to let rip.

While at times it felt like I was watching a spot of Flyball at Crufts - German boxing crowds are a rather refined bunch - when the Brits in the crowd got going, Haye must have felt he was going at it at The Den. But he remembered what he had to do and stuck to his game-plan. Mercifully, he had more than enough juice to keep chugging down the stretch, which surprised a great many. If it's excitement you want, you should stick around. Former two-time world champion John Ruiz is next, and he's tailor-made for Haye. Haye reckons he'll "knock Ruiz spark out", and this time I don't think he's bluffing. But, in the meantime, we should savour the Londoner's victory for what it is, up there with the best by a Briton abroad: only Britain's third heavyweight world champion since Bob Fitzsimmons in 1899; only the second former cruiserweight world champion to claim a world heavyweight crown after Holyfield.

It's quite some feat. Don Curry, Ismael Laguna and Sugar Ray Robinson were far more illustrious scalps for Lloyd Honeyghan, Ken Buchanan and Randy Turpin respectively, but then none of that great British trio was giving away seven stone in weight and nine inches in height. I'd advise you to disregard the trash-talk, that was just part of the plan. The real Haye is the man who arrived at the Nuremberg Arena with just his trainer and sparring partner in tow. He just wants to do his family, friends and countrymen proud, and he deserves all the plaudits he'll get. "We've been waiting for someone like David Haye to enter the heavyweight division," said Richard Schaefer, head of Golden Boy promotions in America, one of the biggest players in boxing.

"Today is the beginning of a new time for the sport." If Haye can see off Ruiz, which he should have little problem doing, it will be time to go hunting for Klitschkos, and they shouldn't be too hard to find. Wladimir, who was supposed to have fought Haye in June before Haye suffered a back injury, holds the IBF and WBO belts, older brother Vitali the WBC. In Haye, they'll see Vegas and glory and dollar signs. And Haye will see the same in them. "This was just the first stop, taking the WBA title from this giant," said Haye. "I've got the British public behind me and it's on to bigger and better things." It's been one of those rare old weeks, a week when Britain loved boxing again: Grandmas on buses, kids in playgrounds, mums sparking conversations with normally moody sons, posh people, poor people, texters, bloggers and tweeters. And I bet you heard the question asked at least once: "How's that little British fella going to beat that Russian giant?" Well, on Saturday, David Haye provided the answer: he did what he had to do. And in boxing, that's all that counts.

  Haye does what he has to do.  

BBC Sport

E-APTIEKA  THAT You searched, possibly HERE >>> E-Shop of Health

Homeopātiskā aptieciņa akūtu zarnu trakta infekciju ārstēšanai

21.30 €

1. Argentum nitricum 200
2. Arsenicum album 200
3. Bryonia 200
4. Carbo vegetabilis 200
5. Colocynthis 200
6. Croton tinglium 200
7. Isotonicum 200
8. Mercurius solubilis 200
9. Phosphorus 200
10. Podophyllum 200
11. Rhus toxicodendron 200
12. Veratrum album 200 


Accutrend® BM Lactate testa stripi 25 gab

58.80 €

Accutrend® BM Lactate testa stripi laktāta noteikšanai asinīs ar ekspresanalizatoru Accutrend® Plus.
Iepakojumā 25 gab.
Ražotājs Roche, Vācija.


Svetlana Laputko    psychiatrist    intervertebral disks    neuroses    Aleksey Radchenko    sonography    trauma or stroke    neuroses    ultrasonography    Psychoanalysis   Acupuncture    psychiatrist    children and adolescents    Igor Shelegov    teenagers    Acupuncture    intervertebral disks    Acupuncture   intervertebral disks   Alexander Moshkin    Svetlana Laputko    neuroses    trauma or stroke    neuroses    Psychoanalysis    sonography    ultrasonography    children and adolescents    Aleksey Radchenko   Acupuncture    teenagers    Acupuncture    Igor Shelegov    Acupuncture   Alexander Moshkin    psychiatrist    intervertebral disks    Svetlana Laputko    Aleksey Radchenko    neuroses    Igor Shelegov    sonography    ultrasonography   intervertebral disks    Acupuncture   Acupuncture   Alexander Moshkin    trauma or stroke    psychiatrist    Svetlana Laputko    neuroses    intervertebral disks    neuroses    sonography    ultrasonography   Acupuncture    Psychoanalysis    psychiatrist    intervertebral disks    children and adolescents    teenagers    neuroses    Acupuncture    Aleksey Radchenko   intervertebral disks    trauma or stroke    sonography    neuroses    Psychoanalysis    Igor Shelegov   

All rights are protected. © 'ROS' Ltd, 2008
PULS.LV Professional statistical system - Catalog of the European Internet resources      Яндекс.Метрика Auraj studio карта сайта