Date: 11th December 2015 at 5:32pm
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But will he?

Although, after a three year absence from the ring, there are doubts as to whether David Haye can attain the level of boxing he was accustomed to, there?s no doubt that when it comes to the verbal side of the game, Haye can still live with the best of them.

With the country awaiting the huge fight between Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte taking this place this Saturday night, Haye is already talking about meeting Joshua some-time next year.

Talking to the media Haye had this to say,

?Hopefully I get through my fight and he gets through his fights, then without a doubt our paths are going to pass very shortly ? a world title, eliminator for a world title.

?If he keeps doing what he?s doing, there?s no doubt we?ll fight at some stage.?

That remains to be seen, my view is that Haye, after that three year absence from the ring, has a lot to do and Joshua if he keeps winning, might just remain one or two steps ahead of the former champion.