Ex-world heavyweight champ Haye reapplies for fight license
London: Former world heavyweight champion David Haye has reapplied for his fight license, asking the British Boxing Board of Control to grant permission for him to fight this summer.
Haye, 32, is back doing light gym work in anticipation of getting the go-ahead.
Haye was forced to fight Dereck Chisora last July with a Luxembourg Boxing Federation licence after Chisora lost his BBBC one following their bare-knuckle brawl at a Press conference in Munich last year.
Haye remains the WBA`s No. 1 contender and is eyeing another crack at the world title against either Wladimir or Vitali Klitschko.
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