1. David Haye says he plans to retire before his 31st birthday.
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5. David Haye won the European title on 16 December 2006 when he beat Alexander Gurov.
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9. In 2001, David Haye got a silver medal during the final of the World Amateur Boxing Championships.
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12. David Haye retired from the sport earlier this year after losing for the second time to Tony Bellew.
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13. David Haye went on to defend his crown two times—against John Ruiz and Audley Harrison—before coming unstuck against the legendary world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
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17. David Haye was selected for the final 10 shortlist for the 2010 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award for his performances against John Ruiz and Audley Harrison.
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19. David Haye is a UK citizen, having previously held dual Northern Cyprus citizenship in 2010.
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29. David Haye was due to fight Manuel Charr at Manchester Arena on 29 June 2013.
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43. David Haye started his ambition and passion for boxing at old-school boxing gym Fitzroy Lodge Boxing Club in Lambeth, South London, where he quickly impressed and confidently won his first amateur bouts.
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