David Haye has insisted that he would relish the chance to take on Anthony Joshua in a huge domestic clash that could happen somewhere down the line.
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Haye hasn’t fought since knocking out Dereck Chisora at Upton Park in 2012, and there has been constant talk that he is making a comeback.
While the 34-year-old has seemingly put a career-threatening shoulder injury behind him, he has insisted that he is still plotting his way back into the sport with his path ultimately ending up with a title shot.
The British heavyweight scene is currently in a great place with the likes of Joshua, Tyson Fury, David Price and Dillian Whyte all being mentioned as possible future title challengers, while there is of course the makings of some fantastic domestic grudge matches.
Haye wants to add his name to the mix even though he concedes that he has a long way to go before he gets back to that point in his career given the length of his absence.
“I definitely think an all-British contest will be there for us,” he said, as reported by the Daily Mail.
“Whether it happens or not depends on a lot of stuff. I’ve got to get back in the ring and he’s got to keep winning.
“If we fight each other there would be no other location than Wembley. We’re both from London – he’s from north and I’m from south and it would be a massive, massive affair.”
Haye praised Joshua and Matchroom for the way that they continued his progress since he became a professional, and even admitted that the Olympic gold medallist could even get to a title shot against Deontay Wilder before him.
However, even before that, it is more than likely that Joshua will be facing Price or Whyte before the end of the year with Haye having plenty of work to do despite his profile immediately linking him with the big fights in the division.