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Haye vs. Ruiz

What are the chances that Haye fights another old guy next?

By Scott Gilfoid: I don’t know if anyone has noticed but WBA heavyweight champion David Haye has been fighting pretty much old guys since moving up to the heavyweight division in 2008.  → read full story

Ruiz would have stood a better chance against Haye if he used his old fighting style

By William Mackay: 38-year-old John Ruiz made a huge mistake in trying to slug with WBA heavyweight champion David Haye last Saturday night.  → read full story

Haye not interested in fighting Hopkins

By Jim Dower: Former light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins (51-5-1, 32 KO’s) wants to fight WBA heavyweight champion David Haye (24-1, 22 KO’s), even after Hopkins’ disappointing 12 round decision over 41-year-old Roy Jones Jr.  → read full story

Haye wants his next fight to take place in the UK – News

By Eric Thomas: Making his first defense of his title, World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye (24-1, 22 KO’s) was quite pleased at the sellout crowd of 20,000 fans that came to see his fight against John Ruiz (44-9-1, 30 KO’s) last Saturday night at the M.E.N.  → read full story

Haye shows porous defense in Ruiz win

By William Mackay: WBA heavyweight champion David Haye showed a leaky defense in taking out an old 38-year-old John Ruiz in the 9th round last night in front of 20,000 screaming British fans at the M.E.N.  → read full story

Haye: “If I hit the Klitschkos with the same shots I was hitting Ruiz, both of them would go over” – News

By Scott Gilfoid: World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye (24-1, 22 KO’s) was in fine form after last night’s 9th round technical knockout over the slow, short 38-year-old John Ruiz (44-9-1, 30 KO’s, as Haye tooted his own horn, saying “If I hit the Klitschkos with the same shots I was hitting Ruiz, both […]

Haye KO’s the doubters

By Shaun Campbell: David Haye knocked John Ruiz’s game plan out the window within the first minute of their bout last night.  → read full story

Don’t hold your breath waiting for Haye-Klitschko

By William Mackay: If you’re hoping that World Boxing Association heavyweight champion David Haye (24-1, 22 KO’s0 will be fighting one of the Klitschko brothers any time soon, think again.  → read full story

Analysis: Haye looks good, but there are still questions to answer

By Alan Ross: David Haye beats tough, durable, worthy challenger John Ruiz impressively – or does he just beat up an old man who never really had much chance?  → read full story

David Haye silences critics

By Craig Macguinness: Saturday night saw David ‘the Hayemaker’ Haye stop John ‘the quite man’ Ruiz in Round 9 of the World Boxing Association heavyweight title clash.  → read full story

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