Haye could earn $120m to turn his back on Britain

NEW WBA heavyweight champion David Haye could take a share of a whopping $120m purse if he turns his back on Wembley and opts to go stateside for a unification bout with one of the Klitschko brothers.<br /><br />Many of the world&rsquo;s top venues have been clamouring to host a 2010 super-fight since Haye became Britain&rsquo;s newest heavyweight world champion on Saturday night with a points victory over Russian giant Nikolai Valuev in Germany.<br /><br />Haye makes his first title defence against American John Ruiz in the new year, but it&rsquo;s a potential summer showdown with either of the Klitschkos which is whetting the appetite of the promoters.<br /><br />Already, Haye&rsquo;s representatives have been in talks with Wembley Stadium chiefs, but, according to promoter Richard Schaefer, the Americans are desperate to get a piece of the new champion.<br /><br />&ldquo;He could be massive,&rdquo; said Golden Boy chief executive Schaefer. &ldquo;If he comes and fights in the United States against one of the Klitschkos, I have no doubt that the total global receipts could be close to $120m for one fight.<br /><br />&ldquo;We will see how far his talent, willpower and charisma will carry him but I have a feeling, given the current landscape of the heavyweight division, that he will clean it up and become undisputed heavyweight champion.&rdquo;