David Haye was interviewed by iFilm London at the George Groves press conference. Here’s what he had to say on…
Vitali Klitschko – ‘We’ve agreed terms, we just waiting for it to happen’. I’m going to prove he can’t knock me out and he can’t beat me.
One of the most dominant reigns in the rich history of the world heavyweight championship might be entering its final scene at the Olimpiyskiy, Moscow on Saturday evening when future Hall of Famer Vitali Klitschko defends his WBC crown against Lebanon’s Manuel Charr.
Now 41, the 6ft 7in Kyrgyzstan born, Ukraine raised legend has hinted at an imminent career in politics and, one senses, only a financial blockbuster with protagonist David Haye, could persuade him to prolong his departure from the sport.
David Haye’s stablemate and British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion George Groves talks Kenny Anderson, stepping up to elite level, and why he’s not betting on Haye vs Chisora going the distance…
George, do you have a date for your rematch with Kenny Anderson yet?
The World Boxing Council has upheld its decision to issue an indefinite ban to Dereck Chisora following a meeting of the organisation's Supreme Board of Governors in Mexico City.
The WBC announced in February that they would not allow Chisora to fight again under their jurisdiction until he had completed anger management classes, following his post-fight brawl with David Haye in Munich.
Kevin ‘Kingpin’ Johnson believes he will knockout all three opponents on his way to victory in tonight’s Betfair Prizefighter International Heavyweights at York Hall, Bethnal Green live on Sky Sports HD1 from 9pm.
Punters have been backing Kingpin with tournament sponsors Betfair and the man who took Vitali Klitschko the distance when he challenged the WBC belt is gunning for title shot number two.
With just under four weeks to go until the big heavyweight dust-up at Upton Park between David Haye and Dereck Chisora, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky 456, Virgin 546), leading British fight figures give their verdicts on the fight…
WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko is set to fight unbeaten German Manuel Charr on September 1 at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine in what could be the final fight of his illustrious career.
The future Hall of Famer is expected to retire after the September 1 contest to pursue a political career in the Ukraine, with parliamentary elections scheduled for October 28.