David Haye

RingTv image Q&A: Deontay Wilder

Q&A: Deontay Wilder

Undefeated heavyweight contender Deontay Wilder tells RingTV.com that he’s 100 percent focused for Malik Scott, who he faces on Saturday in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, on Showtime.

RingTv image Ring Ratings Update: Haye exits heavyweight rankings

Ring Ratings Update: Haye exits heavyweight rankings

David Haye pulled out of his showdown with Tyson Fury for the second time following shoulder surgery that could signal the end of his career. The former heavyweight titleholder, who hasn’t fought since last July, has been dropped from THE RING’s rankings.

RingTv image Price joins with Haye-trainer Adam Booth

Price joins with Haye-trainer Adam Booth

English heavyweight David Price is linking up with Adam Booth, long-time trainer of David Haye, as he attempts to rebuild his career following back-to-back defeats to veteran American Tony Thompson. “It’s a fresh start,” said the 30-year-old 2008 Olympic bronze medallist.

RingTv image Haye-Fury rescheduled for Feb. 8

Haye-Fury rescheduled for Feb. 8

David Haye will now face unbeaten heavyweight contender Tyson Fury on February 8, 2014, at the Manchester Phones 4u Arena, following the recent postponement of their original showdown slated for this Saturday.

RingTv image Unhappy Fury still wants Haye showdown

Unhappy Fury still wants Haye showdown

Unbeaten heavyweight Tyson Fury still wants to fight fellow British contender David Haye, who pulled out of their anticipated Saturday showdown after sustaining a cut in training, but his camp questions the validity of the injury.