David Haye admires Joe Joyce’s punching ability but says his ‘brickwall’ style should be avoided

Exclusive: ‘Hit him in the head with a baseball bat and it bounces back’: David Haye admires Joe Joyce’s punching ability, but success against Joseph Parker requires his ‘brick wall’ say you should avoid the “go through” style

  • David Haye praised Joe Joyce’s ability to take punches during combat
  • He said that if you hit Joyce with a baseball bat, it would bounce.
  • Joyce faces Parker in highly anticipated heavyweight match on Saturday
  • Winner of clash in Manchester moves one step closer to world title
  • Haye said Joyce should avoid using his “dangerous strategy” against Parker.

David Haye has praised Joe Joyce’s resilience but the British boxer should avoid using his ‘dangerous strategy’ during Saturday’s clash with Joseph Parker be.

Joyce will take on Parker in a highly anticipated heavyweight match on Saturday night. The winner will be one step closer to the World Title, which will be taken in 2023.

Haye says Joyce can win the fight, but insists that he should avoid using his “brickwall” boxing style as it could knock Parker out.

David Haye (above) said he was impressed with Joe Joyce’s punching power.

Joyce faces Parker in highly anticipated heavyweight match on Saturday night

Joyce faces Parker in highly anticipated heavyweight match on Saturday night

Haye says Joyce is a punching expert, but claims it’s a “dangerous strategy” to use against Parker, who has never been knocked out.

When asked about each fighter’s tactics before the heavyweight showdown in Manchester, Haye told Sportsmail that Parker looks to “box at range” and “jabs” while moving laterally.

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Haye also said Joyce would deploy his traditional ‘brick wall’ strategy – that the British boxer is very resilient and can ‘bounce back if you hit your head with a baseball’. claimed.

Hay told Sportsmail exclusively.

Joyce will be one step closer to winning the 2023 world title if he wins in Manchester

Joyce will be one step closer to winning the 2023 world title if he wins in Manchester

But Haye says Joyce needs to avoid the

But Haye says Joyce needs to avoid the “going through a brick wall” boxing style to be successful.

“He’s moving sideways and trying to move his head. Then he’s jabbing to his body and he looks like he’s jabbing to his head. He’s got a very nice jab hoodie.”

“The only time I saw Joyce injured in the ring was when he fought Bryant Jennings at The O2 Arena.

“He had left hooks to the body in the first few rounds and blew the wind away.

“Normally, if you hit him on the head with a baseball bat, it bounces right back. did.

Haye said the only time he saw Joyce hurt was the match against Bryant Jennings

Haye said the only time he saw Joyce hurt was the match against Bryant Jennings

Joyce tries to stop Parker on Saturday, but New Zealander has never been knocked out

Joyce tries to stop Parker on Saturday, but New Zealander has never been knocked out

“So if he wants to win this fight…just going through a brick wall is a very dangerous tactic, but he’s willing to do it.

“It has worked so far, so it might work here. But it is a very risky strategy.

When asked what he meant by value for money, Hay said: A very confident girl, you can expect two fighters.

“Parker is by far the more experienced fighter of the two. He’s a former world heavyweight champion man. He’s a fighter who’s been robbed of points by Anthony Joshua and has given a very good description of himself.

Haye announces retirement from boxing after losing streak to Tony Bellew

Haye announces retirement from boxing after losing streak to Tony Bellew

Record of David Haye

fight: 32

win: 28

loss:Four

draw: 0

win the title:

WBA cruiserweight

WBC cruiserweight

WBO cruiserweight

WBA Heavyweight

“His loss was against Dillian White.

“He hit him with an uppercut and it really hurt him. If there was a 13th round, I don’t know what happened.

“He’s shown with two solitary losses, but they weren’t whitewashed.

As a result, Haye says Joyce must provide “something special” to defeat Parker.

He said sports mailJoyce will have to do something different in this fight.

“In his last few games, he was getting hit with punches that shouldn’t have been hit at world level…against someone who wasn’t world class.

“He needs to do something special. I wish I had a chin.

“He can do a standing backflip. If he can, he could be a force to be reckoned with.

“But this is going to be a big test for him. Will his style of running through brick walls work for him?

The BT Sports Box Office will be hosting an exclusive live coverage of Joe Joyce vs. Joseph Parker on Saturday, September 24th. For more information, visit bt.com/sportboxoffice.

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