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It’s a fight that isn’t making a lot of sense at the moment but David Haye is not done trying.

The former heavyweight champion of the world is confident that he can and will land a fight against the number one heavyweight in boxing, Anthony Joshua.

“At the moment he’s not on the radar. Realistically, after coming back from a major surgery, jumping in the ring with Anthony Joshua who is on such fantastic momentum, would be a little foolish. I need to get back in the ring winning. Once I am and if I’m back to where I believe I can be, then I’ll start beating the drum for that fight,” explained Haye to PSB Sports.

But before he can start banging that drum, he needs to prove himself first.  

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