Former world champion David Haye looked in magnificent shape as he prepares to come back from a lengthy absence this coming Saturday night.
The 35 year-old scaled a career highest weight of 228.2lbs (16 stone 3lbs) for his O2 Arena clash with Mark de Mori, with the Aussie coming in at an average of 245lbs (17 stone 5lbs).
All the talk is about Haye though as the Londoner looks even more dangerous with the extra poundage, as long as his trademark speed isn’t affected on the night.
There is also a question mark of his repaired shoulder that will only be able to be fully explored when the first bell rings, but judging on Friday’s scaling, the old ‘Hayemaker’ could be back in full force this weekend on Dave.
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David Haye takes on Mark de Mori at The O2 on January 16. For tickets to #HayeDay visit axs.com or watch the fight exclusively live on Dave from 9pm.