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There is acrimonious, and there is acrimonious. The build up to the Bellew versus Haye fight has very much been in that category. On any occasion the two men are in the same vicinity, the atmosphere has quickly become toxic. On Saturday night at about 11pm, the talking will have to stop.
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David Haye is continuing his comeback after three years away from the ring.
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Boxer David Haye says he's back in the ring after a four year break because he "still has something to give". The 35-year
In either case, even if David Haye is dead certain to win against a weak underdog in De Mori, he seems to have selected his first step back into heavyweight contention very intelligently indeed. If so, it seems those who criticise Haye's true motivation for stepping back between the ropes in January can only be dead wrong.
Anyway, I don't believe Klitschko isn't brave-he's proved it many times but having watched David Haye's savage sparring sessions recently leading up the Fury fight that unfortunately didn't happen I wouldn't blame Vitali for bowing out.
David Haye's boxing career may already be over as he faces retirement due to a shoulder injury. The Londoner's dreams of