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David Haye leaves The Ivy Chelsea Garden on crutches following Achilles surgery – but still manages to crack a smile

HE may be hobbling around on one leg, but David Haye still managed a smile as he left a posh west London restaurant this afternoon.
The 36-year-old boxer is on crutches following surgery to re-attach his Achilles following a brutal fight against Tony Bellew.
David Haye was pictured this afternoon hobbling on crutches as he left posh eatery The Ivy Chelsea Garden
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David Haye was pictured this afternoon hobbling on crutches as he left posh eatery The Ivy Chelsea Garden – but still had a smile
Haye picked up the injury in the sixth round that ultimately left him fighting on one leg. His corner eventually threw the towel in after Haye had been sent crashing through the ropes in the 11th round.

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And now almost a week since the two-and-a-half-hour operation the Hayemaker hopes can save his career, he was pictured leaving upmarket eatery The Ivy Chelsea Garden.
David Haye was managing to get about, despite the slippy surface, in west London today
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David Haye was managing to get about, despite the slippy surface, in west London today

The heavyweight boxer had a two-and-a-half hour operation to re-attach his Achilles after the Bellew scrap
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The heavyweight boxer had a two-and-a-half hour operation to re-attach his Achilles after the Bellew scrap
The 6ft 3ins heavyweight will be on crutches for the foreseeable future before his rehabilitation starts. He is expected to be out of action for a minimum of six months.
But Haye says he has no thoughts on retirement, and is even talking of how best he can plot his way back to a world title.
Despite the beating suffered at the hands of Bellew, Haye is hopeful of a rematch, saying how he can even see him and his Liverpool rival having a trilogy match much like Arturo Gatti and Micky Ward.
SunSport recently revealed that despite the possibility of being fined for his comments leading up the the Bellew war, Haye does not regret what he said.
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David Haye's trainer Shane McGuigan appears to punch fan after defeat to Tony Bellew
Things went from bad to worse for David Haye in his fight against Tony Bellew when he picked up an Achilles injury in the sixth round
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Things went from bad to worse for David Haye in his fight against Tony Bellew when he picked up an Achilles injury in the sixth round
David Haye ended up being bundled through the ropes by a rampant Tony Bellew before his corner threw the towel in
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David Haye ended up being punched through the ropes by a rampant Tony Bellew before his corner threw the towel in
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Tony Bellew 's emotional press conference after beating David Haye at the O2 Arena
Haye is due to stand in front of the Boxing Board of Control (BBofC) next month where he could face a suspension and fines for his comments aimed at the Liverpool boxer Bellew.
Heavyweight Haye was heard saying how he wanted to “cave in his skull and send him to the hospital”.
He said: “I’ve got to go in and see them, I believe, in mid-April.
“They [BBofC] met on Wednesday and they want to have a chat, so I’ll learn what my punishment is.
“Whatever [the consequences] are, they are. Probably a fine, maybe a suspension or whatever it may be. I said what I said and I can’t unsay it.
“I don’t regret any of it, otherwise what’s the point of saying anything?
“You say what you say at the time and accept the consequences, sometimes it ruffles people’s feathers, sometimes it helps, sometimes it hurts.”
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Hilarious post fight interview with Tony Bellew after beating David Haye at The O2

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