David haye, who was part of the function of Triller on Saturday, September 11, harshly criticized the celebration of Vitor Belfort, after knocking out in the first round Evander holyfield.
“He came out and tore him apart,” said the British boxer in an interview with iFL TV. “I was like, ‘what are you doing? He is 58 ‘. And he was celebrating like he did something awesome. What’s so impressive about knocking out someone 58? People have different values of respect. I was very disappointed ”.
Haye was part of the stellar card when facing Joe fournier, an American businessman who is 9-0 as a professional since making his debut in October 2015.
The English boxer defeated by a wide unanimous decision to Joe By cards of 79-72, 80-71 and 79-72.
“It was horrible to see,” he added. David. “It was horrible to see my hero get humiliated in the first round. I didn’t like seeing that, but it’s boxing. I thought the fight was an exhibition, that it was going to be a boxing exhibition. That was not an exhibition. “
Holyfield took the fight just over a week in advance, after Oscar de la hoya He tested positive for coronavirus and even had to be admitted to a hospital.
However, the age difference between one and the other was noticeable in the ring, since Holyfield looked slow, clumsy and imprecise, until the knockout of Belfort.
“Talk to Victor yesterday (Friday) at the weigh-in and he said, ‘Won’t you go out there to hunt him down?’ Haye upon Fournier. “Because he’s obviously 44 and still in good shape, fighting someone 58. He said, ‘Legends respect legends.’ I thought he was going to move, that we were going to see a decision ”.