WBSS winner Usyk and David Haye conqueror Bellew go head to head at the Manchester Arena on November 10 – live on Sky Sports Box Office
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David Haye believes he is capable of beating the likes of Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
The Merseysider was far from impressed as Fury ended a two-and-a-half year absence with a fourth-round stoppage of the overmatched Sefer Seferi in Manchester last weekend.
Haye lost his last fight in May to fellow Brit Tony Bellew, having also been beaten by the same opponent in their first contest in March 2017
The 37-year-old Briton won 28 and lost four of his 32 fights since turning professional in 2002.
Haye pulled out of two 2013 bouts with Fury due to a shoulder injury that eventually forced him out of the ring for three and a half years.
Bellew beat Haye after a thrilling 11-round bout in March and their rematch was earlier scheduled for December 17
With Bellew currently waiting on his postponed bout with David Haye, Fury has emerged as a possible rival in the ring early next year.
Haye tore his bicep after falling down the stairs and underwent minor surgery to repair the problem.
Official announcement of the postponement of the fight is expected later on Monday
The 25-year-old defended his own world heavyweight title on Saturday night with a points win over Hughie Fury at a quarter-full Manchester Arena.
Haye is currently recovering from the Achilles injury he sustained during his defeat to Tony Bellew in March, with talks over a possible December rematch still ongoing
The 36-year-old Haye repeatedly made severe threats against Bellew’s life prior to their March 4 fight at London’s O2 Arena, and at a fight-week press conference he hit out at sections of his rival’s supporters.
When the fight took place, a hobbled Haye was stopped in the 11th round
David Haye has announced that he and trainer Shane McGuigan have agreed to end their partnership. In March, the former…
A remarkable fight saw Haye battle on through injury from the sixth round until his corner finally threw in the towel after he had been knocked out of the ring in the 11th round
De Mori received immediate medical treatment and oxygen, but was on his feet after some minutes to hear the referee announce the official result
The former world heavyweight and cruiserweight world champion faces Australian Mark de Mori (30-1-2, 26 KOs) and is planning a busy schedule to help get him back into world title contention
Haye takes on De Mori at London’s O2 on January 16, but admits he would relish a huge domestic dust-up with British and Commonwealth champion Joshua, who remains unbeaten in the professional ranks