Talks between the Klitschko camp and David Haye camp over a match between the two in the summer have hit a brick wall, it seems, when everything was going according to plan for the former World Boxing Association World Heavyweight Champion, who retired from professional boxing in October last year after his loss to Wladimir Klitschko. Haye, a former Unified Cruiserweight Champion as well, having been The Ring, WBA, WBO and WBC Cruiserweight Champion as well as the European Cruiserweight Champion lost out in his last match by a points’ result against Wladimir Klitschko which led him to hang up his gloves at the tender age of 30 years.

But now it seems that the 31 year old British fighter is ready to return to the ring and everything was going according to plan with Haye ready to face either Wladimir or his brother Vitali, who was the more likely opponent for a match this summer. Although the initial talks between the two camps looked promising, Adam Booth, the manager and trainer of David Haye said that the future of the fight rests in the hands of the Klitschko brothers.

Booth also added that all the points were agreed over the negotiation but what stalled the fight was when Vitali Klitschko came out and said that the fight was still miles away from fruition. Booth’s remark following that statement from Vitali was that they were trying to gain some publicity using Haye’s name. He further stated that they would not waste too much time on getting into the negotiations as they had already been in negotiations with them on four occasions with only match taking place.

However, even if he doesn’t face the Klitschko brothers, it seems that David Haye is ready to come out of retirement for good and take the world by storm again.