David Haye vs Mark de Mori: Haye knocks out Australian in first round in heavyweight comeback — See What David Haye Did To Mark de Mori

David Haye vs Mark de Mori: 35-year-old Haye wins comeback fight in spectacular style

David Haye vs Mark de Mori: 35-year-old Haye wins comeback fight in spectacular style

David Haye vs Mark de Mori: 35-year-old Haye wins comeback fight in spectacular style

Looking to the future

Here’s what Haye had to say about what lies ahead:

Quote I want to unify the heavyweight division. I I set my plan out to do that and fell short. I am going to make a serious run at this division. The titles are all over the place. It will take someone like me to clean it up.

I think [Tyson Fury] is a good fighter, very good. It’s a shame he doesn’t want to fight me. I think we all know why, when he sees punch power like that.

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All the highlights

The very best of that fight, right here:

THE KNOCKOUT MOMENT. Stay with us for analysis and more exclusive interviews. #HayeDay https://t.co/cecT6rqOae

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David Haye starts off with a flurry of punches that would decimate a small planet. #HayeDay
— Dave (@Join_Dave) January 16, 2016

They intended this to last until 11pm, when Have I Got A Bit More News For You was going to follow. I guess they could squeeze in another episode of Storage Hunters.

More from ringside…

Haye is back. It took 131 seconds to complete the job after 1,281 days out. He looked impressive, but was up against a journeyman levels below him.

Making Haye: David Haye’s comeback fight lasted just 131 seconds before he knocked out Australian Mark de Mori. Photo: REUTERS

But it was dramatic, emphatic, and the crowd at the O2 Arena loved the brutality of the finish. Physically, Haye looks much bigger at 16st 3lbs, than he did at 15st. Much bigger. Time will tell on how far he can go with this version of himself.

131 seconds to finish the job after 1281 days out .

He meant business. And he’s barely out of breath.

Haye speaks…

Quote It’s been a tough, rough road. I felt so cool and calm in there – I don’t think anyone in the world could take those punches. [The shoulder] genuinely feels better than before.

It felt so comfortable – it felt like home. I had no nerves whatsoever.

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