'In Worsell, the fighter has been fortunate to find a sensitive and intelligent witness to his giddy rise' Donald McRae.
'Worsell takes his readers on an illuminating ride with Haye from precocious beginnings to world championships' Daily Mail.
'A rare insider's view ... a fascinating story of a modern day fighter' Boxing News.
'Boxing's book of the year' Donald McRae.
'Excellent ... great tales told with insight and freshness' Observer.
'A great read, beautifully written' Daily Telegraph.
'A perceptive, honest and engrossing books, from which both men emerge with credit' Independent.
'Brilliant book ... the more I read the more I came to admire Haye' Evening Standard.
David 'The Hayemaker' Haye is the former WBA world heavyweight champion and the former undisputed (WBA, WBC and WBO) world cruiserweight champion. Haye is one of British boxing's most celebrated and successful ring champions of the modern era and has won twenty-three of twenty-five professional fights. He has twice been shortlisted for BBC Sports Personality of the Year and is now recognised as the face of British and world boxing.
Haye was involved in the biggest heavyweight title clash for nearly a decade when he fought Wladimir Klitschko in July 2011, with the fight televised live in over 140 countries. Although Haye ultimately lost his belt, following a twelve-round points decision, his charismatic approach has reminded fight fans of a time when the heavyweight championship was the greatest prize in sport.
This is the authorised story of how Haye reached this point, and details the ten-year rise of the boxer from a precocious World Amateur Champion. Crafted by close confidant Elliot Worsell, Making Haye offers behind-the-scenes, never-before-told insights into some of the most pivotal ring wars of David Haye's turbulent, and at times controversial, professional boxing career.