A previously scheduled fight between former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye and one-time world title challenger Manuel Charr that ultimately fell by the wayside is unlikely to be resurrected anytime soon after recent developments
Charr, who fights this weekend in a stay-busy fight against Oleksiy Mazikin, was hoping that the hand injury suffered by Haye that originally postponed their fight would be healed so the two could rearrange their summer clash later this year.
Talks between Haye and Tyson Fury have now seemingly scuppered the Lebanese fighter’s chances of a future bout with the ‘Hayemaker’ as rumours heat up that the British super-fight is close to being finalized.
The 28 year-old has now revealed that his attempts to contact Haye via Twitter about their ailing clash failed and Charr has now even been blocked by the Londoner on the social media site.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has confirmed this week that he sees the fight happening very soon and that would leave Charr without a high-profile opponent as ‘The Diamond Boy’ looks to improve his world ranking.