Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Haye says that he’s making good progress

David HayeDavid Haye once again hinted that he may yet have a future in the sport with an update on his shoulder injury, giving hope to many fans and pay per head sportsbooks.

The 33-year-old who’s very famous with pay per head sportsbooks all over the world needed reconstructive surgery on his right shoulder after he injured it in training for the ill-fated clash with Tyson Fury in February.

Doctors told the former WBA heavyweight champion to ‘seriously consider retirement’ after November’s five-hour operation, with Haye saying: “If I’m now destined to have won the European Championship, the unified World Cruiserweight Championship and the WBA Heavyweight Championship of the world…then so be it.”

But pay per head sportsbooks learned that on Friday he may get a more positive update on his website.

“I’ve had now around 5 months of rehabilitation, and the effects of such a program means, I have full range of movement, and there are not many everyday things I can’t do perfectly,” he said.

“Obviously punching is not a “everyday thing” but I’m not far away from doing some very light shadow boxing to test it ever so gently.

“I now have 6 pins holding my shoulder together, after full reconstructive surgery. Scars have healed, and I’m feeling positive.

And price per head services also believe that Haye will have to remain very positive if he looks to return to the boxing scene.

“No decisions have been made with regards my future as a professional boxer. But I’m in the gym every day, religiously doing the programme set out by my Physio. I’ve yet to work on the pads with Adam Booth or throw any “Hayemakers”, but I don’t feel a million miles away!!”

The Londoner said that earlier this year, 50 percent of doctors he spoke to said that he could make a full recovery, while the other half told the boxer to ‘forget it’.

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Pay per head sportsbooks know that Haye continues to be one of the biggest draws in British boxing and may yet return to the ring for a big domestic fight against Fury.