David Haye apologises for his pull out of the Tony Bellew rematch and explains what the latest is with his injury.
When it comes to injuries Haye has to be one of the most unlucky high profile fighters of the modern era in this regard.
In many ways his career has been blighted by them and now coming down the final stretch of his boxing career, he knows he has one last run in reality at a heavyweight title.
By all accounts Haye was in career best condition when the latest injury disaster struck forcing his December 17th rematch with Tony Bellew to be postponed until next year.
At a date to be confirmed.
Following all the official press releases earlier in the week, Haye took to social media to give an update to fans in his own words:
“I got an injury in my left bicep which I had a procedure to repair a couple of days ago. Doctors and my physio are very happy with how it went. I’ll be back firing on all cylinders in a couple of months. Once again a big sorry to everybody. This sport throws curve balls at us from time to time but I will be back.”
“It’s been a very challenging year for me but 2018 is when it’s all going to happen.”