UNBEATEN heavyweight prospect, Nick Webb has picked out five potential opponents for David Haye’s next fight slated for Saturday May 21 at London’s O2 Arena.
The bout will be the Londoner’s second fight back from retirement, the first being the 131-second demolition of top-10 WBA ranked Aussie opponent, Mark De Mori on January 16 at the same venue in Greenwich, live on TV channel Dave.
The 20,000-capacity arena along the Greenwich Peninsula is a historically successful venue for The Hayemaker having stopped Enzo Maccarinelli and Monte Barrett there in consecutive fights back in 2008.
Trained by new coach, Shane McGuigan, who guided Carl Frampton to the IBF super-bantamweight title, the Bermondsey boy has a distinctive new, heavier look as he battles to make it back to world title contention at 35-years-old.
Nick Webb, 28-years-old from Chertsey, provided Boxing News Online with an exclusive preview into who he believes the next opponent might be for The Hayemaker on his march back to world title contention.