Juni David Haye macht Schluss: Der Ex-Champion will nach 32 Früherer Box- Weltmeister David Haye Der Provokateur beendet seine Karriere. 6. Mai Nach seiner zweiten Niederlage gegen Tony Bellew innerhalb von 14 Monaten steht der 37 Jahre alte Ex-Weltmeister David Haye vor dem. 6. Mai Der frühere Klitschko-Herausforderer David Haye aus Großbritannien steht vor dem endgültigen Ende seiner Box-Karriere. Am Samstagabend. Ich bin überglücklich, dass ich es geschafft habe, ihn erneut zu besiegen", sagte der zwei Jahre jüngere Bellew. Alles zu unseren mobilen Angeboten: Die Kommentare von Usern und Userinnen geben nicht notwendigerweise die Meinung der Redaktion wieder. Sie nutzen einen unsicheren und veralteten Browser! Schnelligkeit, Beinarbeit, Power, Reflexe - nichts davon, was Haye einst zum Weltklasse-Boxer gemacht hatte, war präsent. Nachrichten Sport Sonstiges Boxen Boxen: Nachrichten, die zu Ihnen kommen: Nach 32 Profikämpfen vier Niederlagen ist nun wohl tatsächlich Schluss. Untypisches Hayemaker-Verhalten, das sich rückwirkend plötzlich von selbst erklärt. Boxen Howik Bebraham vs.
He mentioned former super-middleweight and light-heavyweight world champion Andre Ward, but a return to cruiserweight and a bout against the winner of the World Boxing Super Series for all four world titles seems most likely.
Whatever the outcome, Bellew is making a habit of defying the odds during a career played out on his terms. Before the bout Haye said a poor result could damage his legacy, but his career should be remembered for its great nights.
His rise from the canvas in round four to rip cruiserweight titles from Jean Marc Mormeck in showcased his grit, while two years later he gave 99lbs in weight to 7ft Russian Nikolai Valuev to fulfil childhood dreams of becoming a world heavyweight champion.
Only the legendary Evander Holyfield can also claim to have unified cruiserweight world titles before going on to win a heavyweight crown. He wore headphones as he waited for Bellew to join him in the ring and, after an intense stare-down, there were early signs he looked sharp, notably a straight right hand in round two.
But even powerful shots were mocked by Bellew, and the knockdowns - coupled with the fact Bellew was prepared to apply pressure this time around- meant Haye looked fatigued by the fourth.
But the music has to stop at some point and after two surgeries and two defeats in the past 14 months, that time appears to be now for Haye.
Former heavyweight world champion Frank Bruno: Big congratulations to Tony Bellew. An excellent performance again. My heart goes out to David Haye - he gave it his all But still Bellew did not have the power to finish him off.
The men embrace at the final bell, there was no wild celebration from Bellew initially and that is a sign of the respect which is clearly there between the two.
Haye lunges with a left hook and sends himself flying through the ropes. Not for long though as Bellew sends him through the ropes with a genuine shot which leaves Haye struggling to make the count.
The start of he tenth was delayed as referee Phil Edwards looked at the damaged limb, then allowed him to continue.
But Haye could not move enough to land enough. Bellew offers a hand to Haye, who aims a hayemaker and stumbles into the ropes. That sums this fight up.
Haye clearly believes he can knock his man out with one punch. Haye had promised Bellew a world of pain. The hurt was on him in his crippled condition.
But Bellew was still wary of walking onto a sucker punch. Haye kept swinging but could not plant his right leg to generate full power — and was then warned for a low blow.
Both men happy to see out the round quietly. Clearly believing he might still land a one punch ko, Haye came out for the eighth. Came out punching, astonishgly, although hardly able to move.
Haye slips and he has a big problem with his knee. He knows he needs to knock his man out and swings big! Haye then goes down Bellew had thrown a few comments after Haye at the end of the fifth.
Haye seemed to hurt his right leg as he stepped back into the ropes. He tried to end it there but a clash of heads gave Bellew a breather as he went down without a count.
Haye, clearly handicapped, fell twice himself and the third one counted against him. He rose and limped back to his corner. Maybe the Achilles tendon for which he went to Munich for treatment in midweek had snapped.
Gallantly he lurched out for a sixth in which he took massive punishment, hardly able to move. Somehow he stayed on his feet, Withstood the barrage and limped away again like a lame horse.
This was a two-point round to Bellew without a knock down. Haye beginning to up the pace but Bellew stands up well. Haye swings with a two big shots and ends the round smiling.
Bellew showed more aggression at the start of the fifth, following his left jab with an occasional right. Had it not been he might have ended it here as he had Bellew stumbling in a corner.
A big shot from Haye hurts the Liverpudlian. Haye was stalking his man. Bellew was clearly looking to take it into the later rounds but was sent staggering back into the ropes by a thunderous right, left right combination.
Bellew was unperturbed at this stage and certainly the more relaxed. But he hardly threw a punch of note in the third.
Many predicted this would be over by now but no sign of that. Haye made a more rational start to the second, setting up the opening for a hefty right.
But when it landed Bellew shrugged at him. A massive left hand from Bellew rocks Haye back and gives him something to think about.
After a ferocious minute they eventually slow down a little and settle into the fight, but Bellew then lands another big right. Both are showing swagger in the ring.
Michael Buffer got them rumbling. Haye made the first charge, catching Bellew with a right and left. Bellew landed a left of his own as they parted but Haye came and although he landed more nows he took a couple of rights for his trouble.
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