Let's not forget Haye's baiting and countering is more down to his athleticism. His feints and movement are fairly exaggerated.
Against Enzo it worked well, against the crafty and workmanlike bunch that's been mentioned here he probably gets to see what his style really looks like
Anyway, Satterfield probably had a shitter chin than Haye, and was smaller, but he came to bang and he'd force Haye into it IMO, then it's anyone's game. I'd favour Haye based on him being less easy to tag but again, I don't feel particularly confident in him.
I'd take the Tommy Morrison that beat Big George as a far easier fighter to envision against top quality fighters. He had a bigger dig on him than Haye as well. That Morrison against some of the plodding
bangers might fare okay to an extent, but Haye didn't even impress me to that degree with his fight against Valuev despite the mammoth of a man he was up against.
Hate has a real small head for his body I just think that's the inherent flaw in his fighting makeup. He doesn't have a warriors skull.
Haye decimates Corbett, Fitz (maybe just MAYBE
not :hey) and probably picks Jeff' apart pretty easy using his superior speed to win a 12 round decision under Haye's ruleset (fight to the finish with 4oz gloves? Haye falls to bits) so against some of the 'legends' with a more archaic style I would pick him.
I genuinely can't pick Haye against Jack Sharkey. Nor Max Schmeling. Max Baer would crush Haye IMO.
How'd ya' see Haye Vs Carnera (sorry for moving off the weight set out in the thread Danny!)
So really I give Haye at least a chance against a lot of the guys I've brought up. I just don't think he's as good as a LOT of heavyweights. The same goes to Jean-Marc Mormeck and Steve Cunningham. Marvin Camel as well. There's a reason those guys are famous for their Cruiserwright days and that's because they weren't good enough to be top drawer Heavyweights.