He's got nothing to prove and should leave well alone. The resurrection of assorted has beens from the boxing archives like the once great Evander Holeyfield (but that was a very very long time ago), Frans Botha and the never as good as he thought he was Riddickulous Bowe. Because there's nobody of any real quality to fight the Klitchko brothers, just shows what a pale shadow of itself heavyweight boxing has become. Lewis would be wise to have nothing to do with it and fortunately he appears to have sufficient brain cells left to know this. Maybe David Haye can do something, I've long given up on Audley A-force but only in his own mind Harrison.
Lewis was asked this question on a radio link just after the Hatton fight,he was a bit evasive in his reply,but did say he had nothing to prove,although £100M would be worth considering,knowing that know one was likely to make such an offer
In there previous meeting Lewis won on a TKO because Klitchko's face was a bloody mess, although apparently the judges had Klitchko winning. I dont think it would be worth Lewis even considerign this, hes been out for to long and has nothing at all to prove. I am sure him and several generations of his family are set for life.
David Haye looks the real deal although he has said himself he found his first fight at heavyweight alot more difficult than cruserweight. We know he can punch hard it has to bee seen if he can take it. IMO if he was to fight anyone of the Klitchko brothers in his next fight it would be over very early on, he needs time to adapt.
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