David Haye has posted a video on Instagram in which he promises to wind up distinctly the heavyweight champion of the world at the end of the day.
The 36-year-old Brit says he hopes to come back to activity not long from now and has said thanks to his fans for their messages of bolster taking after his thrashing to Tony Bellew prior this month.
Haye’s expectations of procuring an opportunity to recover the world title met with a difficulty when Bellew halted him in the eleventh round of an exciting experience at the O2 Arena.
Be that as it may, Haye rose up out of the battle with extraordinary credit, engaging on valiantly in spite of the reality he was harmed when he harmed his Achilles in the 6th.
Haye therefore had surgery on his cracked Achilles and said in his video on Thursday that he is anticipating proceeding with his boxing profession.
“Hi women and noble man, much thanks for the greater part of your incredibly positive well wishes and messages of support,” said Haye.
“Each and every one of them has been perused and processed by me.
“I will have returned to my absolute best soon.
“I have the best individuals on the planet caring for me in this way, when it is humanly feasible for me to get back in the ring, I will be.
“We as a whole trust that will be before the finish of 2017, which is awesome, and everybody perceived the amount I needed the battle while I was in the battle.
“The question marks were about ‘does David still need it, if the going gets intense?’ Yes, regardless I need it, I think I demonstrated to everyone I did, and I am revealing to all of you I will be the heavyweight champion of the world at the end of the day.
“The reality of the situation will become obvious eventually yet I am doing everything humanly conceivable to get back on track, so watch this space.
“Much thanks again for your support.”