Boxing rips dignity away like a stolen heart – David Haye is a spent force | Kevin Mitchell

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After his second defeat by Tony Bellew, David Haye dodged questions about retirement but the 37-year-old is now a sitting duck for top fighters

Boxing accommodates no calumny, which is why David Haye should look back over his pronouncements before and after his devastating second defeat by Tony Bellew and consider doing what all fighters must eventually do: quit the day job.

Three days before the 37-year-old Londoner endured his what might prove to be his farewell nightmare, he confessed, “My only reason for being in boxing is to prove I’m the best on the planet. I need to prove I’m better than Tony before I can think about that.”

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Written by Kevin Mitchell
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/2018/may/07/david-haye-boxing-quit-retirement-tony-bellew under the title “Boxing rips dignity away like a stolen heart – David Haye is a spent force | Kevin Mitchell”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.