Date: 15th September 2015 at 5:25pm
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David Haye, finally contemplating making his comeback after a three year absence from the ring, has ambitious plans.

The Bermondsey heavyweight, set to hit the comeback trail after recovering from a career threatening injury has previously mentioned tangling with Anthony Joshua, something Joshua?s promoter, Eddie Hearn, has dismissed.

But it appears that Haye, who has a career record that reads 26-2 with 24 of those wins coming by knockout, wants to dominate the heavyweight division and unify the division by grabbing the WBC title held by Deontay Wilder and the IBF / IBO / WBA / WBO titles held by Wladimir Klitschko.

Now 34 years of age, Haye accepts that he?s going to have to earn the right to take on the big names mentioned but he feels his age isn?t a disadvantage remarking in the Daily Mail,

?I want to regain the heavyweight championship, and unify all the titles. To do that I?ve got to beat Deontay Wilder and Wladimir Klitschko.

?Three years for me is not so much. I?m 34 years old, 35 soon but I haven?t got that much mileage and I haven?t taken many concussive blows.

?In terms of boxing freshness I still feel like I?ve got a lot left to give.?

That remains to be seen but Haye has to realise it?s all right to talk about your plans but this comeback has to happen sooner rather than later otherwise Father Time will catch him out.