After an arm injury forced David Haye to pull out of his scheduled rematch with Tony Bellew, which was set to take place on December 17, the pair will now meet on May 5 instead.
The date was confirmed yesterday, despite speculation surrounding Haye’s future in the sport.
After an Achilles injury forced his corner to throw in the towel during their original bout, and now this problem, it seems injuries are a way of hinting that the end is near for the 37-year-old.
However, the veteran, who has fought at a professional level for 15 years, fails to see it that way.
He’s even lining up unbeaten WBA ‘super’ and IBF champion Anthony Joshua as his next opponent if he manages to inflict revenge on Bellew come May.