By Edward Chaykovsky
Former champion David Haye (26-2, 24KOs) is eager to get back in the ring. The British fighter was energized as he sat ringside two weeks ago at Wembley Stadium, as 80,000 fans packed the venue to watch Carl Froch knock George Groves out.
Haye was been sidelined with a shoulder injury, which required surgery earlier this year, but he now says doctors have medically cleared him to fight again, and he is reportedly training for a fall return.
"The juices are still there. I don’t think they’ll ever leave. I sat in the crowd at Wembley to watch Froch against Groves and felt it big time. I’ve always wanted to finish boxing on my terms: to walk away when I decide, not when boxing does. Well, if it ended all now boxing has won, hasn’t it? It’s tossed me out of the ring," Haye told UK's Sports Vibe.
“I’ve got a chance to put that right, and a lot of other wrongs too. I’ve got a chance to prove a lot of doubters wrong about me the boxer, and me the person. Most of all I’ve got the chance to prove something to myself. I can’t let this opportunity go. I won’t let it go.”