CAN DAVID HAYE RE-ESTABLISH HIMSELF AS ONE OF THE WORLD’S TOP HEAVYWEIGHTS?
No. He’s pushing 40 and relied on athleticism over technique. He no longer has that athleticism and is a sitting duck without it.
He will always have a puncher’s chance but I think that’s all he has left.
He must stay active. Long layoffs don’t help athletes that don’t stay active aside from boxing. His window may have closed already.
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.
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.