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22 matches for " David Haye":
With speculation that the rematch between Tony Bellew and David Haye is at risk from an injury to the Hayemaker, Adam Thorn asks, "Is David Haye Injured?".
Mickey's weekly video blog. This week he talks from West Ham boxing club about the Ozgul brothers, Siar and Onder, and the news that Joe Joyce has signed with David Haye.
The rescheduled rematch between David Haye and Tony Bellew has been agreed and announced for May 5th 2018 at the O2 arena in London. Tony Bellew has been talking about it and his plans for 2018.
The hotly anticipated rematch between David Haye and Tony Bellew is off, and questions must be asked about Haye's ability to compete at the level he'd like any longer.
Chris Waddams looks at the pros and cons of tactically taking a knee during a fight.
For The Record is a series that discusses a boxer's five most recent opponents, and explores what progress those opponents have made since facing them. This time we look at the opponents of Tony Bellew.
Paul Duckworth looks at 2017 and puts forward who thinks had good years, and those who will want to improve in 2018.
In another weekly blog Mickey discusses Haye, AJ, Frank Warren and Chris Eubank jr.
The December 17th Haye vs Bellew rematch grows further as Field vs Skoglund is added to it.
The Weekender this week looks at the health of the British heavyweight scene, a division with much to offer!
Siar Ozgul can book a title shot with victory at the York Hall next week. The Hackney-based Turk goes into his fight in Bethnal Green on Saturday, June 4 as the mandatory challenger for the Southern Area super-lightweight championship. Rakeem Noble has decided to vacate the belt rather than face 'The Lionheart of Istanbul' - and boxing bosses have now paired him with Kay Prosper for the title. Prosper posted on social media last week that he was struggling to find opponents - and Ozgul immediately challenged him ! The unbeatens now clash for the Southern Area strap on Saturday, July 16 - providing Ozgul wins his next fight at the York Hall. Prosper made it nine wins out of nine on the big David Haye show at the O2 Arena on Saturday night and Ozgul is convinced he will end his unbeaten record. He said: "The Southern Area title is a big title, but for me, it's just the start. "I'm planning to win many more titles after the Southern Area title. "Prosper is a good fighter, but I'm better. He says nobody will fight him, but I'm not scared of him. I'm not scared of anyone. I will fight him - and I will beat him." Tickets for the show at the York Hall are available from
With Pay Per View events seemingly increasing in regularity, Chris Waddams looks at what makes on worthy, in his opinion, of the extra money they cost you.
Paul Duckworth takes a closer look at Carlos Takam, Anthony Joshua's late replacement for the huge card on Saturday night. If you were wondering who Carlos Takam is, here's where you find out!
Chris Waddams explores the concept of the "casual" boxing fan, and asks whether there needs to be such animosity shown to those less devout to the sport.
A review of the mega fight/ showbiz extravaganza which took place last Saturday in Las Vegas between Conor McGregor of UFC and Floyd Mayweather.
A British pound for pound top ten list by Chris Waddams, has he picked controversially? Who's missed out?
As Luke Campbell challenges Jorge Linares, recent ruiner of English lightweight dreams, for the WBA world title in California this Saturday, we preview a potential career defining fight for both men.
The Hellraiser Weekender: The Proving Ground. Steve Fearon, takes an analytic, in depth look at the Dillian Whyte versus Robert Helenius fight, the records of both men and what they indicate for the fight.
Adam Thorn lists his top 10 UK pound for pound fighters. Hellraiser writers, Mickey Helliet and possibly some of our boxers too, will be cooking up their top ten British talents over the next few weeks. These lists will be based on the author's own unique, or not, criteria and way of thinking. Hellraiser central computer will then collate these into one definitive list.
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