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    Default Haye will he retire in October?

    Just read he is deffo retiring he says he doesn't want to go on like other champions too long and get beat up by a fresher hungrier fighter WTFFFFFFFFFFFFF?

    This will surely be the most bizarre retirement ever even more so he will not be fighting any of the Klits, he is going on as if he is the main man in the division who has cleaned it out and is in his late thirties and accomplished all he needs to??

    The guy is only 18 months in from being a heavyweight prospect and has beat a bunch of no marks or old fucking men, he is going to be 31 when most heavyweights haven't even hit there prime?

    He surely can't retire? What a joke if he does.

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    RETIRE ?!?!? WTF...

    ....I mean... of course... retire. The man is already 30 years of age. He's fought a "who's who" of boxing through a long and illustrious career. He has fought the best the HW division has to offer. His heartfelt challenges to the Klitschkos have fallen on deaf ears. He's been through the wars and classics that define the career of every great fighter. Can you say "Hall of Fame"?

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    Well he kept his promise of bringing excitement back to the heavies by taking longer to ko really old past their prime fighters than it took other fighters to ko them when they were in their prime...mission not accomplished.

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    He may well do but it wont last long. Hayes ego is huge, i don't think he realises how he is being judged by hardcore boxing fans at the moment. When the criticism from the boxing world truly gets to him he'll be back to make amends but it might be too late by then, he might be too old or the damage to his rep may be unreversable.

    Haye is very popular now, he loves being a celebrity and the attention he gets. He must have been on every celebrity tv programme at christmas. All the attention he gets probably convinces him he is already considered a legend.

    He will respected as a cruiserweight when people look back but as a heavyweight he is nowhere near to realising his potential.

    We all know the HW division is in a bad place at the moment but if he fights the best available it will be recognised.

    I actually don't think the division is as bad as we are led to believe, the skill levels of some fighters are there its there desire and discipline that seems to be lacking. How many fighters have gone in against the klitschkos and been fucked after a few rounds and hardly able to provide a challenge? If they were in better condition and the respect for a HW title shot that it deserves the fights would be better.

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    I think he has already retired!

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    Default Re: Haye will he retire in October?

    Quote Originally Posted by 0james0 View Post
    I think he has already retired!
    Good point.

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    Default Re: Haye will he retire in October?

    Yeah I saw this the other day. He said if he was going to retire at the end of October knowing that he had done everything he could to get the Klitschko's in the ring and he could retire proud of his acomplishments.

    I'm not actually sure what he has even acheived, I mean Mormeck, Enzo, Ruiz and Valuev are not exactly big wins. I think you'd consider a fighter to be a bit of a joke were he to lose to any of them.

    He's beaten nobody that Thomas Adamek wouldn't have beat,maybe even a 40 year old Antonio Tarver or B Hop....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0james0 View Post
    I think he has already retired!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    RETIRE ?!?!? WTF...

    ....I mean... of course... retire. The man is already 30 years of age. He's fought a "who's who" of boxing through a long and illustrious career. He has fought the best the HW division has to offer. His heartfelt challenges to the Klitschkos have fallen on deaf ears. He's been through the wars and classics that define the career of every great fighter. Can you say "Hall of Fame"?
    His win over Enzo alone puts him among the elites

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    Default Re: Haye will he retire in October?

    He regularly lies, why expect any difference here?

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    26 pro fights. Wow, just wow.

    For the record, I think it is just attention seeking. Not a chance in hell he doesn't return to the ring after October this year.

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    If he does retire then fair play too him. I no he has talked alot of smack and not delivered on it. But it was smart business on his part. And his accomplishments are outstanding. a two weight world champion is massive if u ask me. Do u no how many people would kill for that. Yeah he might retire without facing a klitscko,so what. If he wants to retire with his head intact and be there to give a good life too his wife and kids then that's fine by me.
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    Default Re: Haye will he retire in October?

    Who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paddy448 View Post
    If he does retire then fair play too him. I no he has talked alot of smack and not delivered on it. But it was smart business on his part. And his accomplishments are outstanding. a two weight world champion is massive if u ask me. Do u no how many people would kill for that. Yeah he might retire without facing a klitscko,so what. If he wants to retire with his head intact and be there to give a good life too his wife and kids then that's fine by me.
    I agree to a certain extent Paddy but he has not proved a lot at heavyweight in truth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skel1983 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by paddy448 View Post
    If he does retire then fair play too him. I no he has talked alot of smack and not delivered on it. But it was smart business on his part. And his accomplishments are outstanding. a two weight world champion is massive if u ask me. Do u no how many people would kill for that. Yeah he might retire without facing a klitscko,so what. If he wants to retire with his head intact and be there to give a good life too his wife and kids then that's fine by me.
    I agree to a certain extent Paddy but he has not proved a lot at heavyweight in truth.

    I would love him to stay on and do more at heavyweight too mate. Fight both klitscko bros at least. But I respect his decision to retire at 31. He had a good career and should be proud.

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