David Haye

David Haye

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David Deron Haye (born 13 October 1980 in Lambeth, London) is an English professional boxer, and a former WBA world heavyweight champion.

Before joining the heavyweight division, Haye was the unified cruiserweight champion, holding the WBA, WBC, WBO and The Ring magazine cruiserweight titles after notable victories over Jean-Marc Mormeck and Enzo Maccarinelli. His career record stands at 25-2 with 23 knockouts.

Haye won the WBA heavyweight title with a majority decision over Nikolai Valuev in November 2009 and successfully defended it with against John Ruiz and Audley Harrison in 2010, before losing the title to Wladimir Klitschko in July 2011.


Haye started his ambition and passion for boxing at old-school boxing gym Fitzroy Lodge Boxing Club, where he quickly impressed and confidently won his first amateur bouts.

In 1999, Haye participated at the world amateur championships in Houston, Texas, USA at light-heavyweight but was defeated by American Michael Simms early in the contest.

At the 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Belfast, Northern Ireland he fought in the heavyweight 201 lb division where he beat world class Sebastian Köber to reach the final where he gave Cuban Odlanier Solís a standing eight before getting stopped by technical knockout (TKO) in round three, and taking the silver medal.

Professional career


Based in Bermondsey, London, England, Haye turned professional in December 2002, aged 22, knocking out Tony...
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