David Haye Reveals the Heavyweight Who Hit Him Hardest – Deontay Wilder!
In a recent video posted on X, former two-weight world champion David Haye opened up about his illustrious 16-year boxing career, highlighting his encounters with heavyweight legends such as Wladimir Klitschko and Tony Bellew. However, it was his sparring sessions with former WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder that left an indelible mark.
Haye, now enjoying retirement, spared no details as he labeled Wilder as the hardest puncher he has ever faced. Reflecting on their sparring sessions years ago, Haye emphasized, “By a mile, he is the biggest puncher I’ve been in the ring with, and I can only judge that with big 16oz gloves on and the head guard.”
The boxing world took note as Haye shared insights on Wilder’s fearsome power ahead of his upcoming bout against Joseph Parker on the “Day of Reckoning” card in Saudi Arabia. Haye painted a vivid picture, stating, “It’s a terrifying thought, taking those bone-crushing right hands, and his left hook is no joke. I believe there will be multiple knockdowns in this fight at the weekend.”
As fans anticipate the clash between Wilder and Parker, Haye’s revelation adds an extra layer of intrigue, offering a glimpse into the sheer force of Wilder’s punches.
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