With the UK’s heavyweight title hopes currently resting with Tyson Fury, Dereck Chisora and later down the line Anthony Joshua, the 'Hayemaker' conceded to talkSPORT that he is a long way off making a comeback, and has no idea whether he will recover, let alone
“I’d love to [fight again] but maybe my body is telling me to call it a day. I don’t know,” Haye told the radio station.
“You have got to listen to your body and when your bicep detaches from your shoulder and your arm sort of rolls down, your body is telling you it’s enough.
“I can just about do eight press-ups. I’m months and months and months away from even punching a bag, let alone a person.”
Haye hasn’t fought since stopping Dereck Chisora at Upton Park in July 2012, and withdrew from a proposed ‘comebacks’ against Lebanese Manuel Charr and the aforementioned Tyson Fury (twice) with injury.
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- Dereck Chisora
- Tyson Fury
- Anthony Joshua