Haye hits out at Klitsch demands Wozniacki thrashed
BOXING: David Haye says Wladimir Klitschko will have to lower his demands if the two are to fight.
Negotiations over staging an eagerly awaited heavyweight world title unification showdown stalled over a disagreement on the division of TV money.
Instead, Haye faces Audley Harrison next month while Klitschko clashes with Dereck Chisora four weeks later with the credibility of both challengers in question.
But Haye, who was branded a "coward" and "clown" by Klitschko last week, is unwilling to soften his stance.
"If he comes to the table and talks sense then it can happen. If he doesn't, he can keep fighting the Chisoras of the world. Everyone wants it," said Haye.
Henson in at Sarries
RUGBY: Saracens are set to unveil Wales star Gavin Henson as their latest recruit after the Ospreys "reluctantly agreed" to release him from his contract.
The Welshman has not played for 18 months and he is currently appearing on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing series, which could last until Christmas.
His arrival would give the club fly-half cover after injured No10 Derick Hougaard suffered a season-ending Achilles injury.
TENNIS: Samantha Stosur stunned world number one Caroline Wozniacki 6-4 6-3 at the WTA Championships in Qatar, but one more win will secure the year-ending No1 ranking for the Dane.
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