CAN DAVID HAYE RE-ES­TAB­LISH HIM­SELF AS ONE OF THE WORLD’S TOP HEAVY­WEIGHTS?

Boxing News - - Opinion -

NEIL LAM­BERT

No. He’s push­ing 40 and re­lied on ath­leti­cism over tech­nique. He no longer has that ath­leti­cism and is a sit­ting duck without it.

VIN­CENT DONKIN

He will al­ways have a puncher’s chance but I think that’s all he has left.

WINDELL CLARK

He must stay ac­tive. Long lay­offs don’t help ath­letes that don’t stay ac­tive aside from box­ing. His win­dow may have closed al­ready.

CHRIS GOLD­ING

If fully fit, yes. He’s still young enough as a heavy­weight, it’s just whether his body is too dam­aged to al­low him to get back up there.

JIMMY AN­DER­SON

Of course he can. Very quick, pow­er­ful, if his fit­ness is good and he stays healthy.

RAY­MOND MICHAEL RAMOS

No he can’t. His body is beat up and ego too frag­ile to be a top guy. He should re­tire.

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