David Haye last week announced his return to the ring. The British boxer could put the gloves on June 29 in Manchester. This return will permit the Londoner of 32 years to win his place of mandatory challenger for the title of WBC heavyweight champion. He may well achieve his primary aim. The English dreams to face the Ukrainian boxer Vitali Klitschko.
“I’ll do my job by winning my challenger place in June; people demand that I face Vitali. Given that negotiations do not work, I’ll have to take my mandatory challenger place climbing in the rankings’ , said Haye.
David Haye is actively finding an opponent for the fight of June 29 His trainer, Adam Booth said they were in talks with several boxers for this next fight. According to the coach, it seems that the German boxer of Lebanese origin Manuel Charr is the man chosen.
Charr is the last opponent of Vitali Klitschko. The German had lost his fight against Klitschko by the stop of referee after four rounds of inactivity from his part.