Date: 13th July 2017 at 2:38pm
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After suffering a bad Achilles injury fighting Tony Bellew, an injury that required surgery, David Haye is looking to make a ring comeback.

The former WBA world heavyweight champion, who has a record that reads 29-3 with 26 wins coming by way of knockout, is set to fight again in December with Haye remarking to the media,

?I will be back in the ring in December, who that will be against, I don?t know.?

Haye, before being goaded into taking the Bellew fight, a fight he believed would be an easy money-spinner, was heading towards a world title fight.

However, courtesy of the loss to Bellew, who is revelling in his new status as a heavyweight contender, Haye has slipped down the pecking order seeing young Anthony Joshua stop Wladimir Klitschko, to add a second world title to his name.

With age becoming a factor, Haye knows he needs to move quickly if he is to re-establish himself as a leading heavyweight contender.

When it comes to his next opponent, Haye knows he has to pick somebody either in the lower reaches of the top ten or someone just outside, Dillian Whyte perhaps!

Now trained by Ismal Salas, after Shane McGuigan reportedly, told Haye to hang his gloves up, Haye needs to make an instant mark on the heavyweight division or risk never fighting for a world title again.