Don't expect to see former WBC/WBA and WBO unified cruiserweight king David Haye below 200lbs again anytime soon. "I've only just started to get back into serious training and I'm currently at a lean and mean 16 stone 8 pounds (232 lbs)" explained Haye (21-1, 20 KOs). "Klitschko was worried that I wouldn't be big enough to face him, but the scales don't lie and I'm well over the 16 stone mark and in great shape already. I'm eating well, living well and doing some serious training. My body fat is at 12 per cent and I'm currently in better shape than the majority of the division even at this early stage." Haye - back in the UK attending media engagements – is based in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, where last week he officially opened a state-of-the-art boxing gym. Currently the WBC #5 ranked heavyweight, Haye will fight next in mid November at London's 02 Arena against an opponent to be named.
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