Wladimir Klitschko believes he is the perfect man to deliver the therapeutic beating he thinks David Haye needs to become a "better man" after their highly anticipated heavyweight fight on Saturday.
The fighters have been swapping threats that perhaps go beyond the often outrageous buildups to fights — both have predicted sending the other to hospital after the bout in Hamburg's football stadium.
Haye's antics seem to have irritated Klitschko, who says Haye needs a reality check and therapy for his big mouth.
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