Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye has addressed the media storm that erupted this week when rumours circulated that the Briton had split with long-time trainer Adam Booth.
Haye, 33, was reported to be considering a change in coach, along with a potential switch to the United States as the ‘Hayemaker’ aims to push on in his bid to regain the world championship.
Yesterday, Booth exclusively told WBN that he had no answers as to whether Haye was leaving his camp or in talks with boxing advisor Al Hayman – as he has not been involved in any alleged talks.
Speaking to IFL TV’s Kugan Cassius whilst in Las Vegas for the Floyd Mayweather v Marcos Maidana rematch this weekend, Haye explained that his recovery from injury was going well, but denied that anything had been signed with Haymon.
The one-time cruiserweight king suffered a serious shoulder injury at the back end of last year, and after putting in some solid rehabilitation, said he will be ready to announce his return in the near future.
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