BoxRec - David Haye. date, opponent. record. location. result Lancashire, United Kingdom · WBA World heavyweight title (supervisor: Dave Roden) Ranking : 19 / 1, 3 / 42. David Haye has revealed he will return to fighting in December, but does not know who his opponent will be. The heavyweight suffered a. David Haye has announced that Manuel Charr will be his opponent in Manchester on June. The official scores were: The win meant Haye became Britain's sixth world champion. Haye's WBA, WBC, and The Ring titles were at stake, while Maccarinelli's WBO title was on the line. But those defeats did come against high-class opponents in Dillian Whyte and Luis Ortiz. But that made it really hard to get him matches. Haye, who has also signed four new fighters and a deal to bring boxing back to free-to-air TV, has been targeting a rematch with the Liverpool fighter. The fight was shown on Sky Box Office and was Bellew's first heavyweight fight. The official scores were: It featured him training and in conversation with A-lister friends he recruited for the show that included Ricky Gervais , Justin Bieber , Michael McIntyre , Dizzee Rascal , and Mickey Rourke. The 'Hayemaker' team had initially wanted Haye to fight Charr in October, and had intended to put Haye in with the Russian Alexander Dimitrenko in the summer bout. The broadcast of the fight on Dave was the most successful show in the history of the channel after achieving an audience of over 3 million people, experiencing a higher share of the UK audience than Channel 4 and was only one per cent behind ITV. As a professional he became the first British boxer to become a unified cruiserweight world champion in , winning three out of the four major world titles, as well as The Ring magazine and lineal titles. It was said that they had reached a mutual agreement and parted on good terms. Inside David Haye's training camp: I set my goals and achieved them so unifying the titles is the cherry on the cake but if it doesn't happen it wasn't meant to be and I've just got to get on with my life". Hillsborough Leisure Centre , Sheffield, England. But how does it rank alongside some of the biggest all-British heavyweight showdowns in history? WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: By Gareth A Davies.