Originally written on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 9/10/14
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Well, that didn't last long. David Haye's upcoming fight against Manuel Charr has been postponed, due to an injury suffered by Haye in training camp. Apparently Haye injured his left hand during a session on Sunday night, and after reviewing their options, he and his team felt there was no other choice besides postponing the fight, and the event. Credit: The Sun Haye was planning to use the Charr fight as a springboard to a title shot at Vitali Klitschko. Klitschko, of course, fought and defeated Charr in his last fight. The fight was also part of a plan for Haye to return to a higher activity level, fighting at least twice per year. For now, both of these goals are on the backburner. And while Haye was nothing but apologetic and seemingly forthright in his discussions on the fight postponement, one wonders where his true motivations lie, and whether or not he was ever planning to go through with the fight, or hoping something else came along in its place. I can't help but feel a...
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