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Less than a week after retaining his WBA world heavyweight title against challenger John Ruiz, boxer David Haye is already hard at work training for his next match.
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The 29-year-old Englishman has had a meteoric rise to the top having been in the heavyweight division for just a little more than a year.
Haye has a staggering boxing record of 24 wins and only one loss - 22 of those wins have been by knockout.
Prior to competing in the heavyweight category, Haye was the undisputed champion in the cruiserweight division.
He also just released his brand new magazine – appropriately titled "The Hayemaker"
Known for his pinpoint accuracy and efficiency, Haye is taking your questions as our Connector of the Day.
Do you want to get some boxing advice? Maybe you want to know what his training regime is like? Who has been his toughest competitor? Where does he see himself five years from now?
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