WBA world heavyweight champion David "The Hayemaker" Haye successfully made the second defense of his title with a third round TKO over fellow Englishman Audley "A-Force" Harrison this past Saturday at Manchester's MEN Arena.Prior to Saturday afternoon, Haye (25-1, 23 KOs), the former unified cruiserweight champion who relinquished his crowns to emulate the heavyweight accomplishments of Evander Holyfield, last fought in March when he defeated Methuen's John Ruiz (44-9-1-1, 30 KOs) by a ninth-round TKO.Haye battered Harrison (27-5, 20 KOs) throughout and landed a slew of unanswered blows before he floored “A-Force” in the third.Referee Luis Pabon then justifiably decided to halt the bout one minute and 53 seconds into the round.Haye possesses decent power in both of his fists and he is extremely quick and in superb physical condition.Hence, "The Hayemaker" hasn't been trumped since he lost to Carl Thompson (34-6, 25 KOs) by a fifth round TKO at Wembley Arena in October 2004.Subsequent to his dominant triumph, Haye again spiritlessly babbled about scrapping one of the Klitschko brothers next year.“Once they see the numbers and that I am the main man and there’s nobody else to fight,” rambled Haye, 29. “I can’t promise anything. I’ve dealt with these guys before, But, I will do everything in my power to make this happen. It has to happen in 2011.”In actuality, despite his excessive trash talking, Haye has avoided the Klitschkos like anthrax and his yammering again validates he is a certified clown pocket.Haye can throw all the nonsensical verbal "Hayemakers" at the Klitschkos he desires.Unfortunately, David Haye will always be a joke until he finally allows his actions to back his words.