Guest bigmatt Posted July 1, 2014 Share Posted July 1, 2014 There had been rumours right from the start of the year that David Haye was going to try and make a comeback despite cancelling 3 fights in in less than a year (Manuel Charr and Tyson Fury twice) and undergoing major shoulder surgery (he says doctors told him to retire). His last fight was in July 2012 when he knocked out Dereck Chisora at Upton Park. It's been reported that he's been back in training for 4 or 5 months and that he felt fit and strong enough to return. [video=youtube;MTXYDLJaadE] After a few hints he's now confirmed that he is coming back (probably around October) [video=youtube;cvkBZeUFB9w] (Go to 4:15) I've just stumbled across an interview he gave Sport 360 where he outlined his plans, some highlights: “The dream scenario for me is maybe two or three fights, then some type of eliminator and then to challenge for a version of the heavyweight title,” he explains. “Whether that’d be with Wladimir Klitschko (the WBA, IBF & WBO champion), or whoever holds the WBC title at that time. “Then win that title and defend it, and then unify, going out there and winning all the belts together. That would be my perfect schedule for the next two or three years. “I’m pretty confident I will be back to my best. I’m not that old, I’m 33, nearly 34. “I haven’t got too many miles on the clock and not had many beatings in my 28-fight career. I feel I still have a lot to give.” What do you think? Would you want to see him make another run at the World Heavyweight titles? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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