5 hours ago
Great to see @MrDavidHaye make his return against @TonyBellew this December!
Flashback to 2009 - with a 44kg weight advantage and standing 7 foot, Valuev's second defense of his WBA world heavyweight title was against Haye in Nuremberg, Germany. Haye's plan was simple - to hit and not get hit. Wobbling Valuev in the 12th round, Haye went on to win the fight on points (114–114, 116–112, 116–112) to become world heavyweight champion. 3 days later, Valuev announced his retirement from boxing with a record of 50 win (34 KO), 2 losses.
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