David Deron Haye is a former British professional boxer who competed from 2002 to 2018. He held numerous world championships in two weight classes and was the first British boxer to reach the final. The World Amateur Boxing Championship, where he won a silver medal in 2001. While still in a professional career, Haye became a unified world champion in weight cruisers in 2008, winning three of four honors from major global brands, as well as Ring magazine and linear titles. He was ranked the world's No. 1 cruiser by BoxRec from 2005 to 2007, and also ranked in the top 10 classes in 2003 and 2004. In 2008, he climbed to heavyweight, winning the WBA title in 2009. after beating Nikolai Valuev, who has the height advantage with a height of 9 inches and a weight of 99 pounds over Haye. Along with Evander Holyfield, Haye is one of only two martial artists in history to unify the world heavyweight titles and become a world heavyweight champion.
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|Born||October 13, 1980, Bermondsey, London, England|
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Professional boxer from England and WBA Heavyweight champion, also known as The Hayemaker.
He started boxing in the lightweight division when he was eighteen years-old.
He finished third in the twelfth series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.
He was born to a white English mother and black Jamaican father. He married Natasha Haye in 2008 and he has a son named Cassius.
He named his first son after Cassius Clay, better known as Muhammad Ali.
- Boxers at the 2002 Commonwealth Games
- Cruiser boxing world champion
- Heavyweight boxing world champion
- World Boxing Organizing Championships
- Champions of the World Boxing Council
- The Boxing Association World Championships
- Medalist at the AIBA World Boxing Championships
Latest information about David Haye updated on June 07 2021.