Former world champion in heavy weight, 35-year-old Briton David Haye has stated that his next fight will hold on January 16 against 33-year-old Australian Mark de Mori
Former world champion in heavy weight under versions WBC, WBA and WBO Briton David Haye announced the resumption of the career of a boxer.
Haye not left the ring since 2012. In his last fight Haye knocked out compatriot Derek Chisora. In 2013 because of damage to the hands of the British abolished first fight with German Manuel Charr, and then twice endured the fight with another Brit Tyson fury. In November 2013 Hey suffered a severe shoulder surgery, and the doctors asked him to finish professional career.
“It’s been a long three and a half years, with many UPS and downs, but now I’m finally back and ready to do what I do best,” said Haye, as quoted by the boxingscene.com.
In 2009-2010 hay owned a championship belt WBA, then losing in a unification bout to Wladimir Klitschko. David Haye during his career he spent 28 fights, in which he scored 26 wins (24 by knockout) and suffered two defeats.
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