David Haye Tickets
David Haye v Tony Bellew rematch: one of the most anticipated bouts in recent years
A former WBA world heavyweight champion and the former undisputed (WBA, WBC and WBO) world cruiserweight champion David Haye is one of the most successful and charismatic boxers in the modern era.
Known for his speed, athleticism and trademark Hayemaker, Haye delighted fans when he returned to the ring in 2016 after shaking off persistent injury problems. Showing all of his old class, an audience of three million tuned in to see Haye knock out Mark de Mori in 113 seconds of the first round.
A huge bout against fellow Brit Tony Bellew at the O2 Arena in London followed, but an achilles injury in the sixth all but scuppered Haye's chances. A hugely anticipated rematch is is likely to take place in 2018 (after Haye pulled out of a scheduled bout on 17 December) so watch this space for further announcements.
David Haye tickets: world class fighter and competitor back in the ring
A precocious and ruthless amateur boxer in the late-90s, Haye rose through the ranks in the proceeding decade: easily claiming the European Crusierweight title in 2005; destroying Jean-Marc Mormeck to win the WBA, WBC, The Ring and lineal cruiserweight titles in 2007; before beating Enzo Maccarinelli in an all-British fight the following year, in what Haye described as "the final piece in the cruiserweight jigsaw".
Haye's subsequent step-up to Heavyweight saw him come out on top in one of the most remarkable fights in boxing history. Billed as David v Goliath, Haye overcame a world-record 100 pound weight and 9-inch height disadvantage to defeat Russian giant and WBA champion Nikolay Valuev in the Nuremberg Arena in 2009.
Haye made it to the final 10 of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2010, before his seemingly unstoppable rise saw him compete in the biggest heavyweight title clash for nearly a decade when he fought Wladimir Klitschko in July 2011. The fight was televised live in over 140 countries, with a worldwide audience watching Haye lose a unanimous points decision in Hamburg.
David Haye v Tony Bellew coming up in 2018?
After easily disposing of Derick Chisora in 2012, Haye made his Heavyweight comeback in 2016 with two impirious displays against Australian Mark de Mori and Swiss Arnold Gjergjaj. Haye then faced Liverpudlian fighter Tony Bellew at the O2 Arena in London on 4 March 2017, with the contest largely shaped by an achilles problem for Haye.
The injury allowed Bellew to take control of the fight, and ultimately forced Haye's corner to throw in the towel in the 11th round. One of the most highly anticipated rematches in recent years is now likely to take place in 2018, with Haye stating that Bellew won't win the lottery twice.
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