DAVID HAYE revealed the extent of his latest bicep surgical procedure with an image on Twitter as he annouced his restoration is “formally underway.”
The British boxer was pressured to postpone his blockbuster rematch with Tony Bellew after a freak accident whereas coaching for the struggle throughout a stair conditioning session.
The heavyweight tore his bicep as he grabbed the banister to save lots of himself from falling down the steps and launched an announcement earlier within the week saying he was “devastated.”
However he was all smiles as he held up each arms above his head to point out off his bruised and scarred left arm in an image on his Twitter account.
Haye wrote: “Street to restoration is formally underway. My bandages got here off yesterday and physio began as we speak!
“Because the saying goes ‘if you will discover a path with no obstacles, it most likely would not lead wherever’
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“Six weeks of focus and rehab – Bring it on.”
Haye has banished the bandages and sling he was videoed training in on Wednesday as he vowed to be back “firing on all cylinders” after his latest injury setback.
The Londoner will now ramp up his rehab before the new year with the rematch originally set for December 17 at the O2 arena looking to be rescheduled to either March or May.
His opponent, Bellew, however isn’t confident the clash will actually happen and questioned whether the 37-year-old can be trusted having pulled out of a number of fights before.
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David Haye’s glory years of unifying the cruiserweight division are long over
The former world heavyweight champion has had a career plagued by injuries starting with a bicep injury that forced the favourite for gold out of the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
Erlier this year, Haye ruptured his right Achilles in the sixth round against British rival Bellew as the Liverpudlian went on to win in the 11th round.
His latest derailment has seen boxing fans calling for Haye to hang up his gloves.