Ever since Lennox Lewis' retirement in 2003, the heavyweight division has lacked a vital ingredient -- suspense. Although the two-headed reign of Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko has produced many knockouts, their metronome-like precision and lack of two-way action has inspired respect but not love -- at least in America.
During this so-called "Dark Age," the one fight many said would salve the wounds was Wladimir Klitschko-David Haye, which will finally take place Saturday after a series of frustrating starts and stops. "The Hayemaker's" heavy hands and roiling rhetoric -- and the fact that three belts will be at stake -- made this fight irresistible. Will Haye pull off a historic upset or will "Dr. Steelhammer" pound another opponent into oblivion? Their CompuBox histories offer the following insights and advice: