BOOKIES are seeing plenty of money on David Haye and have cut the Brit from 6-4 to 5-4 to beat Wladimir Klitschko in their heavyweight title fight on Saturday.
The fight is expected to be the biggest betting turnover bout since Ricky Hatton fought Floyd Mayweather Jnr in December 2007.
The Ukranian is 8-13 with the draw priced at 40-1. Klitschko is 5-4 to win by a KO and 4-1 to win on points. Haye is 8-1 for a points win and 7-4 for a stoppage.
After a war of words between the two men Ladbrokes go 6-1 Haye shakes Klitschko's hand at the official weigh-in.
It's 9-1 Haye throws a punch at the weigh-in with Klitschko 10-1 to do the same. Ladbrokes have cut Klitschko from 8-11 to 4-7 and Hayes remains at 6-4 although the firm expect a late patriotic surge of money.
Klitschko by KO, TKO or disqualification – 6-5
Klitschko by decision or technical decision – 3-1
Haye by KO, TKO, or disqualification – 2-1
Haye by decision or technical decision – 8-1
Draw or technical draw – 50-1
Fight to go the distance – 2-1
Fight not to go the distance – 4-11
Klitschko to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 6-4
Haye to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 4-5
Both fighters to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 6-1
Either fighter to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 1-4
Neither fighter to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 11-4
Haye not to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 10-11
Klitschko not to suffer a KO/TKO or knockdown – 1-2
Klitschko to win by majority decision – 33-1
Klitschko to win by split decision – 11-1
Klitschko to win by unanimous decision – 11-2
Haye to win by majority decision – 3-1
Haye to win by split decision – 16-1
Haye to win by unanimous decision – 16-1
Either fighter to win by split or majority decision – 9-2
To suffer a knockdown and win the fight Klitschko – 7-1, Haye – 12-1
To win in 60 seconds or less Klitschko – 66-1, Haye – 50-1