David Haye Fight Record – 26-2 (24)

December 8 2002           w rtd 2 Tony Booth                     London, UK
January 24 2003             w rsf 4 Saber Zairi                       Sheffield, UK
March 4 2003                  w rsf 1 Roger Bowden                 Miami, Fl, USA
March 18 2003                w rsf 2 Phill Day                            Reading, UK
July 15 2003                    w rsf 1 Vance Winn                       Beverly Hills, Ca, USA
August 1 2003                 w ko 1 Greg Scott Briggs             London, UK
September 26 2003       w rsf 4 Lolenga Mock                   Reading, UK
*David Haye dropped for the first time in his career
November 14 2003         w rsf 1 Tony Dowling                   London, UK
*David Haye wins vacant English cruiserweight title
March 20 2004                w rsf 1 Hastings Rasani              London, UK
May 12 2004                     w rsf 3 Arthur Williams             Reading, UK
*David Haye defeats his first former world champion
September 10 2004         l rsf 5 Carl Thompson                 London, UK
*David Haye’s first defeat
December 10 2004           w ko 1 Valeri Semiskur             Sheffield, UK
January 21 2005               w rtd 3 Garry Delaney               London, UK
March 4 2005                    w rsf 2 Glen Kelly                        Rotherham, UK
October 14 2005               w rsf 2 Vincenzo Rossitto        Huddersfield, UK
December 16 2005           w ko 1 Alexander Gurov           Bracknell, UK
*David Haye wins European cruiserweight title
March 24 2006                w rsf 8 Lasse Johansen              London, UK
*Retains European cruiserweight title
July 21 2006                    w pts 12 Ismail Abdoul                Altrincham, UK
*Retains European cruiserweight title
November 17 2006         w rsf 9 Giacobbe Fragomeni     London, UK
*Retains European cruiserweight title
April 27 2007                  w rsf 1 Tomasz Bonin                     London, UK
*Nominal heavyweight debut for David Haye though he had fought over the cruiser limit previously and would briefly return to the lighter division
November 10 2007         w rsf 7 Jean Marc Mormeck       Levallois-Perret, France
* David Haye rises from the canvas to win WBA Super and WBC cruiserweight titles
March 8 2008                  w rsf 2 Enzo Maccarinelli             London, UK
*Retains WBA Super and WBC cruiserweight titles and wins WBO cruiserweight title
November 15 2008          w rsf 5 Monte Barrett                     London, UK
*This marks a full-time move up to heavyweight for David Haye
November 7 2009            w pts 12 Nikolay Valuev                 Nuremberg, Germany
*Wins WBA heavyweight title in his Sky Box Office debut
April 3 2010                       w rsf 9 John Ruiz                             Manchester, UK
*Retains WBA heavyweight title
November 13 2010           w rsf 3 Audley Harrison               Manchester, UK
*Retains WBA heavyweight title
July 2 2011                         l pts 12 Wladimir Klitschko         Hamburg, Germany
*Loses WBA heavyweight title to the IBF and WBO champion. One knockdown ruled against David Haye. This fight was originally set for June 2009 but Haye had pulled out with a back injury
July 14 2012                       w rsf 5 Dereck Chisora                 London, UK
*Retired on October 13 2011, his 31st birthday, but returned following a brawl with Chisora at the post-fight press conference for the latter’s valiant points defeat to Vitali Klitschko in February 2012

*Was set to fight Manuel Charr on June 29 2013 but injured his left hand and the bout was cancelled

*David Haye twice withdrew from scheduled clashes with Tyson Fury, the September 28 2013 date due to a cut suffered iun training and February 8 2014 after a shoulder injury necessitated surgery