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That was edge of the seat stuff. Whether you were a Haye or a Bellew fan, you would feel you got your monies worth. I always rooted against you.
I get it. The whole fight was pretty blurry. Most people, when they injure it, they stop. But for me, to fight for five rounds on it, that unraveled it completely.
It took him significantly longer than it would ordinarily do to try and piece it all back together. Would I have heard the final bell?
Who knows? Danny kept fighting with one arm and found a way to win. When they know that by continuing it could get worse and that could end your career forever, is it the smart move to stop?
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Contact Us P. Following two more fights against Glen Kelly and Vincenzo Rossitto, Haye faced Alexander Gurov for the European cruiserweight title.
Haye easily knocked out Gurov with a single right hand in just 45 seconds. In January , Haye signed a three-year contract with former Lennox Lewis promoter Frank Maloney to further his world title ambitions.
He successfully defended his European title against Ismail Abdoul in a lopsided twelve-round decision.
Haye had waited seven years for the opportunity to defeat Fragomeni, who controversially out-pointed him as an amateur in the final qualifying tournament for the Sydney Games.
Haye's cameo at heavyweight in April resulted in a first-round KO win over Polish fighter Tomasz Bonin ,  who at the time was ranked No.
Haye admitted he was taking "a crazy step up" when he fought Bonin at Wembley Arena. Haye said in a post-fight interview "If you asked me when I was three years old, I'd say I'm going to be the heavyweight champion of world.
I never said cruiserweight. It's what I wanted to do since I can remember. I always wanted to be the main man in boxing. I want everyone to recognise I can beat every other boxer in the world.
That's why I'm fighting the guy I'm fighting. I really want to prove to everyone I am the man. Haye challenged Jean-Marc Mormeck 33—3, 22 KOs on 10 November for the WBA , WBC , The Ring and lineal cruiserweight titles.
The victory meant Haye became Britain's sixth world champion. At this point Haye made his initial mark on history as Britain's first two-belt cruiserweight champion.
The Mormeck fight was expected to be Haye's last fight in the cruiserweight division. However Haye would be tempted into a unification cruiserweight bout for the most lucrative fight of his career.
Haye and Enzo Maccarinelli 28—1, 21 KOs met in an all-British world cruiserweight title fight, in the early hours of 9 March at O2 Arena in London.
Haye's WBA, WBC, and The Ring titles were at stake, while Maccarinelli's WBO title was on the line. British trade paper Boxing News produced a pullout special on the match, which was widely billed as the biggest all-British bout since Chris Eubank met Nigel Benn.
As both fighters are hard punchers with excellent KO records, a short fight was predicted. Commenting on the fight and of the prospect of working again with Frank Warren , Maccarinelli's promoter, Haye said, "We thank Frank for sacrificing Maccarinelli, but we'd feel immense guilt if we took any more free money from Sports Network.
I have a hard enough time sleeping at night as it is. Haye described the victory over Maccarinelli as "the final piece" in his cruiserweight jigsaw.
Haye then defeated heavyweight Monte Barrett at The O2 Arena in London on 15 November , winning via TKO in the fifth round.
WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko confirmed he would defend his title in a fight with Haye to take place on 20 June , at Stamford Bridge in London.
Instead, his younger brother, WBO , IBF , and IBO champion Wladimir Klitschko agreed to fight Haye the same date in Gelsenkirchen , Germany. Haye pulled out of the fight with a back injury.
Haye then confirmed that he would meet the WBA champion Nikolay Valuev 50—1, 34 KOs on 7 November in the Nuremberg Arena , Nuremberg, Germany.
Haye's former trainer Adam Booth said it was a fight that Valuev wanted; it was billed as David and Goliath.
Haye said about Valuev: "He is the ugliest thing I have ever seen. I have watched Lord of the Rings and films with strange-looking people, but for a human being to look like he does is pretty shocking.
Haye beat Valuev in a reserved display of accuracy and efficiency, countering Valuev's misses, jabbing and circling his much larger opponent.
Haye won a majority decision MD with scores of —, —, and — On 26 January , former WBA champion John Ruiz was announced as Haye's first title defence on 3 April at the M.
N Arena in Manchester , live on Sky Box Office. Ruiz, ranked as the number one contender by the WBA was initially in line to fight Valuev, however agree to step aside.
Ruiz was unhappy at the fight being staged in the UK and not Las Vegas , as he thought it would be. Ruiz did not show up at the official press conference.
This was only the second time Ruiz had been stopped, after being knocked out in round one by David Tua 14 years prior to facing Haye.
After the fight, Haye immediately called on both Klitschko brothers , after claiming their recent challengers Eddie Chambers and Chris Arreola were "a disgrace to boxing.
It was confirmed on 7 September that Haye would fight Audley Harrison on 13 November at the Manchester Arena. The press conference for the bout became heated, leading to the two fighters swearing at each other on live television.
Southpaw Harrison landed one punch during the entire fight. He staggered to his feet after being knocked down, only for Haye to immediately pounce right back on him, hitting him with another flurry of punches.
The referee intervened and ended the bout. The fight was bought by , households in the UK on Sky Box Office.
After listening to Harrison's explanation, the British Boxing Board of Control decided to release his purse. Haye's plans to unify the heavyweight division took a major setback in January when it was revealed that Tomas Adamek would fight one of the Klitschko brothers in September ,  before his planned retirement in October of that year.
However, in April , it was announced that Haye and Wladimir Klitschko had agreed to meet at the Imtech Arena in Hamburg on 2 July Haye vs.
Klitschko was the first heavyweight unification fight since Klitschko and Sultan Ibragimov fought back in , when Klitschko beat Ibragimov and added the WBO title to his IBF title.
Klitschko defeated Haye by unanimous decision UD to become the unified WBA Super , IBF, WBO, and The Ring heavyweight champion.
The three judges scored it —, —, and — all in favour of Klitschko. Haye revealed afterwards that he had a broken toe. BBC chief Charlie Smith told The Sun on 11 October that Haye had informed him that he would not be renewing his boxing licence, thus retiring from the sport.
After the Harrison fight Haye said his plans to retire before he is 31 had not altered: "I will have achieved what I wanted to achieve — undisputed cruiserweight champion, unify the heavyweight division and then call it a day.
That'll be 20 years of getting punched in the face, which is a long enough time. I set my goals and achieved them so unifying the titles is the cherry on the cake but if it doesn't happen it wasn't meant to be and I've just got to get on with my life".
Haye put retirement on hold and was in negotiations for a possible bout with WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko on 3 March Following the fight there was a fracas between Chisora and Haye, who had attended as a spectator, leading to speculation that Haye might come out of retirement to fight Chisora.
However, on 21 February, Haye confirmed that he would only come out of retirement to fight Klitschko. Haye attended the WBC heavyweight title fight in which Vitali Klitschko defeated Derek Chisora.
Following the fight, Haye began heckling the post-fight press conference, leading to a violent brawl with Chisora and his entourage.
Klitschko's manager Bernd Boente said "with the bad experience we've had with British fighters we will now look for other countries". He then told Haye from the dais "You had an offer, you didn't accept it, now you are out.
You are out. You cannot talk yourself back into the fight, you have no belts. Chisora taunted Haye by asking him "How's your toe David? How's your toe?
After order was restored, a furious Chisora stated multiple times that he would "shoot" Haye and claimed Haye "glassed" him. Haye's former manager Adam Booth emerged from the fracas with a facial wound and Chisora suggested to Booth that Haye hit him with a bottle by mistake while Booth insisted it was one of Chisora's entourage that had hit him with a bottle.
During an interview at the Haye vs. Chisora press conference, Booth was asked "how did you end up with a cut on your head? On 8 May , Haye and his promotion team announced that he would fight against Chisora at Boleyn Ground , Upton Park, London on 14 July Seen as a direct attempt to undermine the British Boxing Board of Control, it meant that fights could take place in Britain even if a boxer was facing disciplinary action.
Haye won the fight with a fifth-round stoppage in front of over 40, spectators. Knocked to the floor in the fifth round, receiving a count of eight, Chisora recovered only to be floored again in the same round.
Referee Luis Pabon decided Chisora was unable to continue, signalling the end of the contest. Haye was due to fight Manuel Charr at Manchester Arena on 29 June However, a week before the fight, Haye sustained a cut to the head which required several stitches, so yet again the fight was postponed.
It was originally rescheduled for 8 February Fury, meanwhile, believed that Haye was making excuses because he didn't want the fight, with Fury himself saying "I'm absolutely furious but in all honesty this is exactly what I expected.
Everyone knows I was very suspicious when he pulled out the first time and this confirms to me that he's always been afraid of me and never wanted this fight.
In , Haye switched trainers from Adam Booth to Shane McGuigan , son of former WBA featherweight champion Barry McGuigan. On 24 November , Haye and his new promotion and management team, Salter Brothers Entertainment, announced his comeback fight against WBA 10 ranked heavyweight Mark de Mori.
Coming into the fight, Australian De Mori had lost only once in 33 career bouts and 26 of his 29 victories had come via KO, albeit against limited opposition.
It was announced on 6 January that Haye and the Salter Brothers had struck a deal for the comeback fight to be shown on free-to-air entertainment channel Dave , the largest non-PSB broadcaster in the UK and the channel's first ever live sport broadcast.
In a world's first, Salter Brothers Entertainment also partnered with YouTube to live-stream the event outside of the UK to a global audience for free.
Haye came in at the highest weight of his career, appearing to have gained a lot of muscle mass since the lay off.
He employed much less movement than in previous fights and came forward methodically, knocking out de Mori in seconds of the first round.
The broadcast of the fight on Dave was the most successful show in the history of the channel after achieving an audience of over 3 million viewers, experiencing a higher share of the UK audience than Channel 4 and was only one per cent behind ITV.
On 26 January , Haye announced his next fight, marketed as "Haye Day 2" would take place on 21 May at The O2 in London in Haye's pursuit of reclaiming and unifying the heavyweight world titles.
His opponent was the little known Swiss fighter Arnold Gjergjaj. During the press conference announcing the fight, Shannon Briggs confronted Haye calling him out.
Haye did not agree to fight Briggs immediately but instead offered him the chance to fight on his undercard, promising that he would fight him next if he was victorious.
Briggs agreed to this arrangement and stopped Emilio Ezequiel Zarate in the first round. Haye floored Gjergjaj with a right hand inside the first 30 seconds of the fight, and then proceeded drop him again with a left jab and a third time with a chopping right in the second round before the fight was waved off by the referee.
The fight peaked at 2. The fight was also a success on social media platforms Facebook and Twitter as HayeDay overtook the FACupFinal to become the UK top trend.
Despite winning on the undercard, a fight between Briggs and Haye didn't materialize. Briggs continued to call out Haye, asking him to honour his end of the agreement.
Briggs also chased Haye down in Brooklyn when both were in attendance for the Frampton vs. Santa Cruz fight.
I like people thinking I'm running from him and ducking him because when I do get in the ring with him, which I really think I will do, I think it will make it a bigger fight.
But at the moment the fight can't happen because he will only fight me if the fight is on pay-per-view. I would fight him on [UK terrestrial channel] DAVE, but he doesn't want to do that.
Following his win over BJ Flores in October, WBC cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew immediately hit out a verbal assault on rival Haye, who was ringside, repeating he's next.
Referring to Haye as ' Sideshow Bob ', Bellew carried on the verbal assault in the post-fight interview using profanity and taunting Haye, stating he has been 'conning the British public' since he announced his comeback.
Bellew's promoter, Eddie Hearn , claimed the fight could take place at heavyweight or at cruiserweight for Bellew's WBC title. The fight was shown on Sky Box Office and was Bellew's first heavyweight fight.
At the first press conference on 30 November, a fight broke out as Haye and Bellew went face to face and it appeared on the replay that Haye had managed to land a left hook on Bellew, leaving a mark.
Both fighters were then separated before going their own ways. The bout started as a stalemate until the sixth round, when Haye injured his achilles tendon , causing him to fall twice.
Bellew then took control of the fight as Haye opted to continue. Bellew knocked Haye down and out of the ropes late in the eleventh round.
Haye managed to make it to his feet, but his corner threw in the towel, giving Bellew a TKO win. Bellew credited Haye for his bravery, while Haye refused to blame his injury and stated that Bellew was "by far the better fighter", though stated that he wanted a rematch.
It was revealed that Haye had ruptured his right achilles tendon and underwent surgery. Despite the loss, Haye was widely praised for his performance in fighting on whilst severely injured.
As Kevin Mitchell of The Guardian newspaper summed up of the fight:. Haye, staggering around the ring like a Saturday night drunk, went down swinging, his right ankle strapped in the ninth then unstrapped, his aged body sagging under every assault Even when thrashed through the ropes at the end, Haye clambered back and was willing to continue It will not seem so to him as he contemplates the fading of his days, but this was Haye's finest night.
On 3 June Haye and McGuigan both announced that they would no longer work together. It was said that they had reached a mutual agreement and parted on good terms.
Some rumours indicated that McGuigan had urged Haye to retire, which eventually caused the split. Salas, known for working with Jorge Linares , Guillermo Rigondeaux and Nonito Donaire , stated that he believed he could lead Haye to another world title reign.
On 12 July , Haye confirmed that he had begun strengthening his ankle and he would slowly start training for his next fight which would likely take place in December He said, "It's taken months of negotiating but teams have finally agreed all terms for Haye-Bellew 2.
Will Bellew put pen to paper? Now leave me alone with my family please. I'll see you soon enough! Bellew claimed the rematch wasn't personal anymore, just business and hoping to dedicate a win to his late brother-in-law, who had died in August.
Haye stated that Bellew wouldn't win the lottery twice.