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 Last update:  7/3/2011       Read more by Boxing Clever            &
   
Haye To Make Career Decision 'In The Next Few Weeks'
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David Haye has told the BBC he will make a decision on his boxing future "in the next few weeks" after losing to Wladimir Klitschko in Saturday's heavyweight unification clash. The Londoner battled for the full 12 rounds before losing by a unanimous decision after the judges scored the fight 117-109, 118-108 and 116-110 in favour of the 35-year-old Ukrainian.

"My cut-off date is in three months [13 October when he turns 31], which in boxing terms is not a long time," the Briton told BBC Sport's Olly Foster.

However, the 30-year-old also said he would "love a rematch" with Klitschko.

"He said he can knock me out and I'd love him to give it a go," added Haye.


Tags: Wladimir Klitschko , David Haye , Klitschko-Haye , Klitschko vs Haye



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comment by Laborer, on 07-04-2011
[QUOTE=antrob]Once his little baby toe heals he will crush the Klitschko's.[/QUOTE] yes, but no one can guarantee Haye won't have a heavy, prolonged, irregular period on fight night! Small percentage of women have this problem!

comment by Kulle, on 07-03-2011
Just retire already. No-one cares about your crap.

comment by RurouniYume, on 07-03-2011
[QUOTE=Spray_resistant]Still some good fights out there for him even if he can't be the best in the world.[/QUOTE] I completely agree, another person in the heavyweight pool can't hurt it

comment by edgarg, on 07-03-2011
[QUOTE=ThePhantom5]Take your talent to South Beach.........and retire.[/QUOTE] Do you mean Miami South beach?? If so, I just bought a some nice apartments there a few months ago when the market was loaded. As an investment. My son urges me to go to live there, but I'm not so keen. {I bought an ap...

comment by TaurusJ27, on 07-03-2011
I think he'll choose a bum with a lot of losses that he can k.o. and then retire.

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