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Haye on The Mend After Surgery, Confident of 100% Recovery

By Rhys Turrell, courtesy of The Daily Star

DAVID HAYE is on the mend after surgery on his injured Achilles.

The Brit boxer lost his showdown with rival Tony Bellew on Saturday. He was hampered by a torn Achilles tendon in the bout.

Haye has gone under the knife to sort the problem.

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And he’s issued an update to his fans on Instagram.

“Back home now chillin' with feet up, after a very successful Achilles reattachment surgery,” he wrote.

“Strangely after such an action packed fight, I have no aches and pains other then my freshly Reattached Achilles.

“Professor James Frame and Kevin Lidlow are very happy with the outcome of my surgery, and are very confident of a 100% recovery back to full fitness.

“I’m truly overwhelmed with all the positive messages of love and support. From the bottom of my heart, thank you all.

“Time to catch up with family and friends before the rehab programme starts tomorrow night.”

Retired super middleweight Carl Froch spoke with Haye after his loss to Bellew and was told the Hayemaker will be back. Haye is still crossing his fingers that Belllew will give him the opportunity of a rematch.

"I don’t think it’s the end of him. I spoke to David Haye earlier and he’s out of the operation, he’s out of theatre. The Achilles heel is fixed and he’s adamant he will be coming back and he wants to fight again. First and foremost for David Haye, he wants the rematch with Bellew," Froch told Sky Sports.

"He’s told me he wants to come again – 100 per cent. He said to me and I quote, ‘I will win a heavyweight world title,’ but I want the rematch with Bellew first.'"

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by David Haye on 03-07-2017

'It wasn't meant to be for me that night but I couldn't have tried any harder. 'I was gutted when Shane McGuigan threw the towel in, but he's my coach and I respect him and his opinions. 'When they opened…

Comment by David Haye on 03-07-2017

[QUOTE=FrankieBruno;17481602]Lucky for Haye the feedback he is getting on IG and Twitter and all over the gaff is amazing, basically the way he fought has rejuvenated his reputation He lost yes, but he fought like a champion Also those PPV…

Comment by David Haye on 03-07-2017

[QUOTE=FrankieBruno;17481053]I can see it happening, maybe 2 or 3 fights too soon for young Jousha[/QUOTE] I hope so. HW boxing needs a shake-up, as these big men are all talk.

Comment by FrankieBruno on 03-07-2017

Lucky for Haye the feedback he is getting on IG and Twitter and all over the gaff is amazing, basically the way he fought has rejuvenated his reputation He lost yes, but he fought like a champion Also those PPV…

Comment by lex_fugitive on 03-07-2017

lol, I honestly didn't even know Haye was still alive! Huh, I thought he killed himself or something after the one Klitschko beat him up. He must have sunken really low getting knocked out by pub fighters. lmao, I like…

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