Wlad distances himself from Haye rematch
The organisation recently discussed whether Haye, Denis Boytsov or Seth Mitchell should be handed the opportunity to face Klitschko, with a final decision expected soon.
Klitschko outpointed Haye comprehensively last year, taking the Brit's WBA crown, in a bout that never generated much drama. Haye went on to blame his disappointing performance on a broken toe sustained in the build-up.
He has recently claimed that a deal has been agreed for him to face Vitali Klitschko next year - although the Ukrainian's ring future is far from certain, due to his political interests: his party came third in the Ukrainian elections.
"You know, David Haye is still being taken far too seriously," Wladimir said, according to boxingscene.com. "If he wouldn't have lost against me last year so [comprehensively], the fight might still be kind of interesting.
"But I beat him and left him confused. Neither I nor Vitali need David Haye. But he needs us to stay relevant in the public and he needs us to earn any decent money in the ring."
Haye has said his boxing career is over unless he can entice one of the Klitschkos into a fight.