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The Golden Age of British Boxing? You Better Believe it

By Eamon McDonald: After reading a certain writer’s article on this site, I have decided to counter with an article that is not biased and petty.  → read full story

David Haye: Britain’s Best Sportsman

By Peter Wells: People like David Haye make me very proud to be British, and I have to give my respect to other sports stars including Jenson Button.  → read full story

Is Haye really the heavyweight the World has been waiting for?

By Scott Gilfoid: Ever since British cruiserweight turned heavyweight David Haye captured the World Boxing Association on November 7th with a boring 12 round decision over Nikolay Valuev, I’ve been hearing how Haye is the heavyweight that the boxing world has been waiting for since Mike Tyson called it quits on his career.  → read full […]

Will Haye avoid the Klitschko brothers?

By Chris Williams: After David Haye captured the World Boxing Association heavyweight title with a narrow win over Nikolay Valuev on November 7th, Haye made mention of wanting to fight one of the Klitschko brothers, saying he didn’t care which one it was as long as he was fighting one of the Klitschko brothers in […]

Haye, A Needed Boost for a Tired Division

By Charles Barrett: Love him or Hate him it’s hard to deny, that David Haye brings much needed excitement To a tired heavyweight division, and rather than knock him at every opportunity we should hope he is able to stick around for while, because where he goes excitement follows.  → read full story

Kevin Johnson calls Haye an “Over-hyped cruiserweight”

By Scott Gilfoid: Unbeaten heavyweight contender Kevin Johnson (22-0-1, 9 KO’s) had a few choice words to say about the new World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye in an open letter from Johnson to Haye, saying “I have to say that your fight with Nikolay [Valuev] was the worst fight that I ever witnessed […]

Haye should pay Ruiz a step aside fee, and then fight Klitschko

By Scott Gilfoid: I think World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye is making a big mistake if he moves ahead and defends his title against his mandatory challenger John Ruiz in 2010.  → read full story

DeGale comments on Haye’s victory – News

By Chris Williams: British Olympic middleweight Gold Medalist James DeGale saw newly crowned World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye’s fight with seven foot Nikolay Valuev last weekend, but thought the fight was “boring” and further wasn’t impressed by the slow 36-year-old Valuev, according to The Sportlife.  → read full story

Will David Haye be a one-hit wonder?

By Scott Gilfoid: Since winning the World Boxing Association heavyweight title last Saturday night using a boring punch and run style over WBA champion Nikolay Valuev, the boxing world has been going nutty over David Haye.  → read full story

Haye needs to focus on Ruiz rather than the Klitschko brothers

By Scott Gilfoid: In recent days, there has been a lot of talk about the big money that World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye will make in a fight against one of the Klitschko brothers late in 2010.  → read full story

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