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T he first and arguably biggest change Haye made was dietary, deciding towards the end of to entirely cut animal products from his diet.
Everyone should try it for one or two days a week. To those questioning how a vegan could be so strong, he points to the animal kingdom. The only different is they eat so much more than we do.
I f Haye wasn't sounding new-age enough, his injury lay-off also saw him embrace meditation. Living in the city, he says, it can seem impossible to find silence and switch off.
Haye, who was part of the commentary team, was watching in awe of Fury's showing as he dropped Wilder before securing a stoppage victory in the seventh round.
The video also shows 'The Hayemaker' smiling uncontrollably as he applauded the Gypsy King's incredible work inside the ring. A brilliant reaction from Haye who once called Fury a rival after they were paired to fight in until injury forced 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. 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. 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. Like the first fight, it was scheduled to be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office.
On 20 November, it was reported that Haye had injured his arm and forced to pull out of the fight. In a statement, Haye said, "I am devastated to announce my much-anticipated rematch against Tony Bellew has been postponed until March 24 or May 5, subject to scheduling.
Bellew was said to be disappointed with Haye's announcement, but stated he may take an interim bout. Bellew also came in lighter at Bellew knocked Haye down three times, eventually winning the fight via TKO in round five.
Haye started the opening two rounds using his jab, leaving a mark around Bellew's right eye. As round three started, both boxers started getting closer and unloading power shots.
As Haye started to step backwards around the ring, Bellew landed clean, dropping Haye. At this point it appeared Haye may have injured his ankle, with the Sky commentary team mentioning this, as well as the post-fight interviewer.
Haye later denied he was injured. Bellew then dropped Haye again with a hard combination. Bellew came out cautiously in round four, still wary of Haye's power.
In round five, both fighters traded punches, but it was a left hook from Bellew that dropped Haye for a third time. Haye managed to beat the count again, not long before Bellew started unloading a barrage of punches.
With Haye against the ropes, referee Howard Foster stepped in at 2 minutes, 14 seconds, giving Bellew his second stoppage win over Haye.
Bellew went on to dedicate the win to Ashley, his brother-in-law, who died in August He also mentioned Andre Ward , who his team had brief negotiations with in Haye stated he would review the tapes and see what went wrong.
On 12 June , Haye released a statement via social media announcing his retirement. They would also promote shows in the US.
Haye right last featured in the ring when he beat Dereck Chisora - two-and-a-half years ago. Officially he has yet to retire, with his career in hiatus, but he split from long-term trainer Adam Booth last year having been forced to withdraw from a bout with Tyson Fury six months previously.
Haye's crowning glory was back in when he claimed the WBA world heavyweight title from the Russian giant Nikolay Valuev. In all, Haye has fought on 28 occasions, winning 26 24 by knockout and losing twice.
Argos AO. I never wanted somebody to come up to me and say, 'Oh, you look like a fat version of David Haye. Sounds like a crazy thing to say, but I've always wanted to remain me, even once I stopped competing.
Maybe it's a vanity thing, maybe it's just, you know, wanting to have a longer, healthier life. You can have all the wealth in the world, you can have all the cars and stuff but if you're not healthy you know you can't truly enjoy the spoils of victory.
I try, every day, to do at least press ups. You can do it in the morning, when you wake up: bang 20 out, 30 out, whatever you can do. And anytime you get a bit of private time, just drop down and give yourself ten and just tally 'em up throughout the day — by lunchtime, you'll probably have Then it gets to a point when that night you've got another 80 to do before you go sleep.
You can get 'em out, just bang them out and do some sit ups, literally basic exercises. And if you don't, if you don't want to do , you can do 30 but do them really slowly.
So you can do eight at a time but doing them really, really slowly it takes you five or six seconds to go down, five or six seconds to go up.
You can get some good gains from doing the smallest things, doing squats. I always say, if you're standing around just do bodyweight squats.
You can accumulate a couple hundred of those a day and at first it was a bit achy on the legs but after a while you get used to doing it.
There's so many other things to distract you from the most important thing you have and that's your body. How much time does someone spend on their own self?
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