David Haye shows off six-week post-op bicep scar, promises ‘most exciting year of his life’
Former world heavyweight champion David Haye insists he’s fighting fit and raring to go as slow preparations get underway ahead of his rematch with Tony Bellew.
The ‘Hayemaker’ has four months to go until he shares the ring with Bellew again on May 5th at The O2 in a bid to gain redemption for a stoppage loss to the Liverpool man back in March 2017.
Here is a 6 weeks post operation update. 2018 is going to be the most exciting year of my life! Let's do this…???????????? pic.twitter.com/Seq89w2mwz
— David Haye (@mrdavidhaye) January 4, 2018
A second fight had been set up for December until Haye suffered a freak bicep injury to add to his already recovering achilles which he ruptured in the initial battle.
As Haye prepares for ‘the most exciting year of his life’, the 37 year-old gave fans an update on his condition as the one-time cruiserweight king gets ready to step up the intensity of training camp.