20111014

Fans of retiring David Haye will not be kept waiting to revisit ups and downs of champion's career

After David Haye’s announcement that he is quitting the boxing ring with immediate effect, fans at least will not have to wait long to relive his career.


The former WBA world heavyweight champion, who lost his title to Wladimir Klitschko in Hamburg in July, tells his story in Making Haye, the authorised biography, which will be published on October 27th by Quercus.

Making Haye claims to offer ‘behind-the-scenes, never-before-told insights into some of the most pivotal ring wars of David Haye's turbulent, and at times controversial, professional boxing career.’

Don’t expect it to be too critical, however.  The author, Elliott Worsell, a boxing journalist who has followed Haye’s career since he was fighting as an amateur 10 years ago, is also the main contributor and features editor for Haye's official magazine, Hayemaker, and a close confidant of the Bermondsey-born fighter.

Nonetheless, admirers of the charismatic champion, who now plans to turn his talents towards an acting career, will enjoy every chapter.

Browse more boxing books


No comments:

Post a Comment

Leave a comment or submit your own sports book review