Haye: Watch this David tame the Russian Goliath

LONDONER David Haye says he can topple Goliath and achieve his world championship dream.<br /><br />Haye, 28, will take on Russian giant Nikolai Valuev for the WBA heavyweight crown on 7 November.<br /><br />Standing at a massive 7ft tall and weighing in at 23 stone, Valuev is nine inches taller and eight stone heavier than Haye.<br /><br />But the former cruiserweight champion believes he has what it takes to become the first fighter to floor the Russian giant in his 16-year career.<br /><br />&ldquo;David only needed a slingshot and stone to flatten Goliath, my right hand generates more power than that,&rdquo; Haye said on announcing the fight yesterday. <br /><br />&ldquo;Valuev&rsquo;s known as &lsquo;The Beast From The East&rsquo; and there&rsquo;s a reason he&rsquo;s got that nickname &ndash; he&rsquo;s a big, ugly, sweaty and hairy man from the Eastern Bloc,&rdquo; he added.<br /><br />Haye was reported to be lining up a bout with WBC champion Vitali Klitschko but admitted the two parties failed to agree terms.<br /><br />&ldquo;There have been long and exhausting discussions about the clash, but unfortunately I could never put my name to the fight contract the Klitschkos offered,&rdquo; Haye explained.<br /><br />&ldquo;The level of disrespect they have shown me throughout has left me feeling insulted.&rdquo;