How much is David Haye worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is David Haye? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about David Haye's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n David Deron Haye (October 13, 1980 in London, England) is an English boxer, was a WBA heavyweight champion. Also known for its high percentage of KOs. \n \n\nDavid_Haye's Biography \n Amateur \n In 1999, Haye participated in the 1999 Amateur Boxing World Championship in Houston, Texas, the United States in light heavyweight but was defeated by the American Michael Simms who finally won the gold medal. \n At the 2001 Amateur Boxing World Championship in Belfast, Northern Ireland in the heavyweight category he won silver after being defeated by Cuban Odlanier Solis by technical knockout in three rounds. \n Professional \n He began his professional career on December 8, 2002 against Tony Booth, whom he won in two rounds. After nine consecutive matches winning, he disputed the title of the International Boxing Organization (IBO) against Carl Thompson in the cruiserweight category but lost by technical knockout in five rounds. After four other won matches, he disputed the European title, which he won against Alexander Gurov and then retained on three consecutive occasions. On November 10, 2007 he had the opportunity to fight for the world title of the World Boxing Association as well as for the title of the World Boxing Council, before the champion Jean-Marc Mormeck. Haye won the fight by technical knockout in seven rounds and was proclaimed world champion for the first time in his career.On March 8, 2008 he defended his two titles against Enzo Maccarinelli who owned the title of the World Boxing Organization and won in two He won the WBA heavyweight title in a bout against Nikolai Valuev in Nuremberg, Germany. On November 7, 2009, Haye won the WBA heavyweight title in a bout against Nikolai Valuev in Nuremberg, Germany. p>\n After winning the title, he defended the title against John Ruiz and Audley Harrison winning the two and promising to fight against one of the Klistchko brothers for 2011. \n He fought against Wladimir Klitschko, lost on points and after the defeat, the English boxer excused himself alleging that he had lost because he had a small fissure in the little finger of his right foot. This excuse earned him the nickname of David "Toe" Haye in the network and multiple jokes on twitter. He affirmed that he would retire at the age of 31. \n \nOn February 18, 2012, he had an altercation with his compatriot Dereck Chisora \u200b\u200bat the press conference after his fight with Vitali Klitschko. Some time later a fight was agreed between both, nevertheless they had to obtain permission of the Commission Box\u00edstica of Luxembourg, since the one of the United Kingdom had prohibited the combat. Finally the fight was agreed for July 14, 2012 in London; during the fight Haye dominated almost all the rounds, while Chisora \u200b\u200bstood out slightly in the third, when finishing the fifth round, Haye was able to connect powerful blows to Chisora, which caused him to fall twice to the canvas, which motivated the referee to stop the fight and declare David Haye the winner by TKO. After the fight, Haye commented the desire to face Vitali and that if this fight did not happen, probably the fight with Chisora \u200b\u200bwould have been the last of his career. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about David Haye\n\nThe David Haye's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.