Name: David Haye
Birth Name: David Deron Haye
Hometown: Bermondsey, London, United Kingdom
Birthplace: Bermondsey, London, United Kingdom
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Trainers: Adam Booth (2002-2012), Shane McGuigan (2016-2017), Ismael Salas (2017-2018)
- Record 84-14 (44 knockouts)
- 1998 Multi Nations Tournament Silver medalist in Liverpool, England (81kg):
- 1999 Acropolis Cup Bronze medalist in Athens, Greece (81kg):
- 1999 Multi Nations Tournament Gold medalist in Liverpool, England (91kg):
- 1999 AIBA World Championships participant in Houston, United States (91kg):
- Lost to Michael Simms (United States) 2:8
- 2000 Feliks Stamm Memorial quarter-finalist in Warsaw, Poland (91kg):
- Lost to Andreas Gustavsson (Sweden) 4:18
- 2000 Copenhagen Cup Gold medalist in Copenhagen, Denmark (91kg):
- 2001 AIBA World Championships Silver medalist in Belfast, Northern Ireland (91kg):
- 2002 Trofeo Italia Gold medalist in Naples, Italy (91kg):
- 2002 Commonwealth Games quarter-finalist in Manchester, England (91kg):
Regional & Minor Titles
- BBBoC English cruiserweight title
- EBU European cruiserweight title
- WBA Inter-Continental heavyweight title
- WBO International heavyweight title
- 5 opponents (4 by KO) beaten in world championship bouts.
- 3 opponents (2 by KO) in World Heavyweight Title bouts.
- 2 opponents (2 by KO) in World Cruiserweight Title bouts.
- 5-1-0 (4 KO’s) in world championship bouts.
- 6-4-0 (5 KO’s) against former or current world champions:
- Haye has a Jamaican father and English mother.
- Adam Booth trained Haye since the age of 16.
- As a professional has trained at the 5th Street Gym in Miami Beach, Florida.
- Suffered his first pro loss in his eleventh fight when he was stopped in five rounds by Carl Thompson on September 10, 2004 for the IBO Cruiserweight title.
- Stopped Jean-Marc Mormeck in seven rounds to win the WBA (Super Title) and WBC Cruiserweight Championships on November 10, 2007.
- Stopped WBO titlist Enzo Maccarinelli in two rounds to unify the WBA (Super Title), WBC, and WBO Cruiserweight Championships on March 8, 2008.
- Defeated Nikolay Valuev by a twelve-round majority decision to win the WBA Heavyweight Championship on November 7, 2009.
- Lost the WBA Heavyweight Championship to IBF/WBO Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko by a lopsided twelve-round unanimous decision on July 2, 2011.
- Haye's July 14, 2012 bout with Dereck Chisora in London, which Haye won by a fifth-round TKO, was sanctioned by the Luxembourg Boxing Federation. Chisora was under indefinite suspension by the British Boxing Board of Control at the time. As a result, Luxembourg was expelled from the European Boxing Union.
- Haye sustained an achilles injury in his bout with Tony Bellew on March 4 2017, and was subsequently knocked down. He continued to fight for 5 rounds, until Shane McGuigan eventually threw in the towel and stopped the fight in the 11th.
| WBA Cruiserweight Champion
2007 Nov 10 – 2008 May 12
| WBC Cruiserweight Champion
2007 Nov 10 – 2008 May 12
| WBO Cruiserweight Champion
2008 Mar 8 – 2008 Jul 22
Victor Emilio Ramirez
|WBA Heavyweight Champion
2009 Nov 7 – 2011 Jul 2