Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye and former British heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora gained a lot of media limelight earlier this month due to their grudge match, which took place on July 14 at West Ham Upton Park Stadium in east London.

The much-anticipated fight was won by Haye by the way of a knockout but it seems as if he has not been able to impress the 6 ft 7 In Ukrainian giant, Vitali Klitschko, who is the current WBC heavyweight champion.

Vitali is currently set to defend his title against the German pugilist Manuel Charr on September 8 at the Olympic Indoor Arena in Moscow, Central Federal District. The boxing great recently had an interview with RT while he was visiting Moscow ahead of his fight.

During the interview, Vitali was asked about Haye and Chisora’s fight, on which he stated it was a fight between two Klitschko losers and Haye proved to be the stronger one.

“They are probably the best in the world, at trash-talking. We don’t want to use the same talking skills at the pressers before fights,” Vitali said.

“We both show our skills within the fight. Let the fists talk. Chisora fought Haye last weekend, and actually it was a fight between two Klitschko losers, who is the stronger one. David Haye showed that he was the stronger loser.”

The 31-year-old brash Londoner, who carries a record of winning 26 of his 28 professional fights, with 24 of his wins coming by the way of a knockout, suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of Vitali’s younger brother Wladimir last year.

The Brit walked away from the sport afterwards saying that he would only make a comeback, if he gets a fight against any of the Klitschkos.

Haye has been turned down by Wladimir therefore he is after Vitali now but when asked Vitali revealed he offered Haye a fight but he refused it and went for Chisora.

“Right now he has started to attack me, but to be honest right now in Moscow, on September 8 we discussed with David Haye this fight. But he made a decision to fight Chisora not Klitschko,” he added.