Making Haye


H/B in D/W – 392 pages – ISBN 978-1-78087-020-5 – Published by Querus – 2011 – Book has two small creases at corners. Dust Jacket has small creases on three corners, otherwise in good condition.

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DAVID HAYE is the authorised account of David Haye’s accent from amateur prodigy to WBA world heavyweight champion, as told by one of the few confidants the boxer has kept close by his side along the way.
Elliot Worsell charts the Bermondsey boy’s meteoric rise from world amateur silver medalist to world professional champion of both the cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions. Haye was involved in the biggest heavyweight title clash for nearly a decade when he fought Wladimir Klitschko in July 2011, with the fight televised live in over 140 countries. Although Haye ultimately lost his belt, following a twelve-round points decision, his charismatic approach has reminded fight fans of a time when the heavyweight championship was the greatest prize in sport.


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