Boxing: David Haye and 7 Greatest Fighters to Retire with Less Than 30 Bouts

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Boxing: David Haye and 7 Greatest Fighters to Retire with Less Than 30 Bouts
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David Haye (25-1, 23 KOs) plans to unify the heavyweight world titles before retiring on his 31st birthday, October 13, 2011.

To do this, he must vanquish two champions—the dominant and seemingly unbeatable Klitschko brothers.

He faces Wladimir Klitschko on July 2. Should he win, he believes the older Klitschko brother, Vitali, will drop out of his scheduled September 10 fight against Tomasz Adamek to seek revenge against Haye.

Assuming Haye can accomplish the daunting task of defeating both Klitschkos before his planned October retirement, that would improve his record to 27-1, only 28 fights.

Haye would very likely soar near the top of the greatest fighters who never had more than 30 fights.

Until he retires, we won't know. For now, here's a list of fighters who impacted the world with less than 30 fights.

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