DAVID HAYE has posted footage of him again coaching – regardless of having one arm in a sling.
‘The Hayemaker’ has vowed to be again “firing on all cylinders” after a freak bicep harm compelled his combat with Tony Bellew to be postponed till subsequent yr.
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Haye, 37, was doing a conditioning session at dwelling when he slipped and ripped his bicep as he grabbed a banister.
The London fighter posted an edited video of him understanding within the gymnasium, which included one clip of him punching and one other of him biking.
Addressing his followers, Haye mentioned: “Hello guys. I am positive you are already conscious that my much-anticipated rematch with Tony Bellew on 17th of December has been postponed.
“I’ve acquired an harm on my left bicep which I’ve had a process to restore a few days in the past.
“The medical doctors and my physio are very pleased with the way it went and I will be again firing on all cylinders in a few months.
“One other massive sorry to everyone. This sport throws curve balls at us infrequently however I shall be again.
“Thanks and a giant shout out to the entire wonderful help folks have been sending my approach – it means lots that you simply guys have my again.
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“It’s been a very challenging year for me but 2018 is where it’s all going to happen.
“I’ll be working through my Christmas, but I’ll see you next year.”
‘DON’T HOLD YOUR BREATH’ Tony Bellew not confident David Haye rematch will happen
The rematch is now expected to take place in either March of May next year.
However, ‘Bomber’ Bellew has piled the pressure on Haye over his fitness.
And the Liverpudlian says he may not have the patience to wait for Haye’s body to heal.
He said: “I am looking at a postponement and getting it on in the first couple of weeks in March. But can David be ready? Can he be trusted?
“This is the fourth fight that David has pulled out of in his last eight scheduled bouts. Once against Wladimir Klitschko, two against Tyson Fury and now me.
“He has torn some serious muscle groups in his body. Both biceps, his Achilles, his hamstring – what is going to go next?
“I’m not too sure I can wait around for this to happen again.”