Hellraiser Boxing News | David Haye Returns To The Ring
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British Heavyweight David Haye will return to the squared-circle next year.
The Bermondsey man will take on Australia's Mark De Mori on January 16th at The O2 in London. It will be his first fight since beating Dereck Chisora at Upton Park in 2012.
After a three year hiatus, The Hayemaker returns having made changes, most notably in the absence of former trainer Adam Booth.
Haye explained: "I'm working with a new trainer, Shane McGuigan, and I'm enjoying being in the gym again.
"I feel sharp and am looking forward to making some waves in the heavyweight division.
"Please sit back and get ready for another fun-fuelled heavyweight campaign to the very top."
Posted: 24th Nov 2015
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