David Haye was one of a few people who were less than impressed with Australian heavyweight Lucas Browne this weekend who took on Dillian Whyte and London’s O2 Arena.
Ultimately Whyte one by devastating knockout in round six and delivered a systematic beating on his Australian counterpart throughout the bout.
He never looked in danger of losing the bout and many commented afterwards how Whyte appeared to have taken his training for the fight more serious than Browne.
Many of the commentating team on the night in the UK felt Browne did not come into the bout in tip-top condition whatsoever.
Former heavyweight champion of the world David Haye was very critical of him on television, saying:
“I saw him on the scales and he looked like someone who was kind of just turning up.”
Following the fight, Haye continued to say on TV:
“To see someone who hasn’t paid the price, came in with no speed, no timing and no game plan.”
Haye was speaking ahead of his own upcoming fight at the O2 Arena on May 5th when he takes on Liverpool’s Tony Bellew in a heavyweight rematch where Bellew upset the odds last year to stop Haye inside the distance.