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Speaking with talkSPORT, David Haye (28-3) has outlined what he hopes will be in the pipeline following the Tony Bellew (29-2-1) rematch. Those plans very much concern the current IBF, IBO and WBA (Super) heavyweight world champion Antony Joshua (19-0); Haye has previously gone on record to make statements along the same line before previous bouts in the past. But given the sub-par display in his previous outing against Bellew, Haye has since been very reserved and conservative with his future plans.

However, Haye has revealed that the Joshua fight is still very much a part of his plans and even went to say that a meeting with Joshua would be an ‘ideal scenario’ following his second meeting against Bellew. Haye went on to elaborate on his goal of getting the Joshua fight, arguing it is the biggest matchup in British boxing “I have a couple of fights, he has a couple of fights. If we both keep winning then a big stadium, me v Anthony Joshua, it doesn’t get any bigger than that.

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