David Haye vs Joe Fournier LIVE RESULTS: Haye CALLS OUT Tyson Fury after points win – stream, TV channel, latest

DAVID HAYE returns to boxing TONIGHT as he comes out of retirement to take on ex-pal Joe Fournier.

Nightclub supremo Fournier, 38, has a pro boxing record of 9-0, while Haye, 40, hasn't fought since his fifth-round TKO loss to Tony Bellew in May 2018.

The big card also features Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz and is headlined by Evander Holyfield, 58, takng on MMA legend Vitor Belfort. Follow all of the action right here.

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  • James Orr

    VENCES VS CARROLL

    Jono Carroll – who defeated Scott Quigg last year – is in action now against Andy Vences.

    Fierce super-featherweight battle here as we head into the third round in Florida.

  • James Orr

    HAEY VS FOURNIER

    The Hayemaker gets his hand raised. And he was calling out Tyson Fury soon after…

  • James Orr

    HAYE CALLS OUT TYSON FURY

    Haye has said: "There's one man I'll come back to professional boxing to fight…

    "Tyson Fury.

    "I know his cryptonite.

    "The old man's coming for the big dosser."

  • James Orr

    HAYE SPEAKS

    Haye said after: "I wanted to teach him a boxing lesson.

    "I only had just over a month to prepare for this.

    "Triller said get in the ring on the Holyfield line-up and I'm honoured to be on with these legends."

  • James Orr

    HAYE WINS

    And it's a unanimous triumph for David Haye on his boxing return!

    The judges ALL scored it heavily in favour of the Hayemaker.

    79-72, 80-71, 79-72 on the judge's scorecards.

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 8

    The pair warmly embrace at the start of the round. The bad blood is done.

    Haye still evading the punches and he's controlled every round here.

    They hug again at the final bell.

    We go to the decision…but it will only go one way.

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 7

    Fournier again starts strongly and puts the pressure on Haye.

    But 40-year-old Haye showing he's still got his relexes.

    We go into the FINAL round!

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 6

    A few sweeping shots attempted by Fournier but he can't land on Haye.

    We head into the penultimate round!

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 5

    50 Cent has turned up for a commentary shift!

    And he's watching Haye now run away with this one.

    Again Fournier backs him up on the ropes but the Billionaire is starting to tire fast.

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 4

    Some classy from work from Haye as we head into the second half of the fight.

    The former heavyweight and cruiserweight world champ is turning up the pace here.

    Can Fournier stick in here?

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 3

    Fournier tries to pressure Haye up against the ropes.

    But Haye catches him with a couple of cracking rights in that one.

    Cracker of a round there but Haye is moving away in this.

    Fournier still plugging away though.

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 2

    No knockouts in this round after the opening drama.

    Haye working behind the jab and Fournier continuing to come forward.

    We go into round 3!

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER – ROUND 1

    A relative novice but Fournier comes out the aggressor!

    He's been all over Haye in the first minute.

    But on the final bell of the round Fournier is DROPPED!

    A sneaky jab sends him down but he makes the count.

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER

    Coming out to the familiar strains of Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now, here is David Haye!

    They touch gloves, and we're off…

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER

    Fournier struggled to get in the ring there…he is wearingmassive sombrero to be fair to him.

    Haye on his way out next!

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER

    Fournier is having a quick interview before he heads out.

    "First round knockout. Make that money!" he says.

    Michael Buffer is on the mic…here we go!

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER

    And Haye vs Fournier is UP FIRST!

    Five minute warning time!

    What a way to start the show…

  • James Orr

    HAYE VS FOURNIER

    Haye weighed in at 211lbs (15st 1lbs). At 40 years old and far off his prime!

    That's a stone heavier than tonight's opponent Fournier too.

  • James Orr

    MAIN CARD UNDERWAY

    And we're off on the main card!

    Here we go…

  • James Orr

    HAYEMAKER WARMING UP

    Not long to go now!

    David Haye is in his shorts in his dressing room and warming up.

    Expect this one early in the card tonight.

  • James Orr

    TONIGHT'S FULL CARD

    • Evander Holyfield vs Vitor Belfort
    • Anderson Silva vs Tito Ortiz
    • Andy Vences vs Jono Carroll
    • David Haye vs Joe Fournier
    • James Orr

      THE BILLIONAIRE

      Standing in Haye's way tonight is nightclub supremo Joe Fournier, 38.

      The pair used to be good pals until a "boozy" night on holiday in Mykonos ended with warring words between the two.

      Fellow Brit Fournier has a pro record of 9-0.

    • James Orr

      HAYE VS FOURNIER

      Former friends turned enemies…

      The Hayemaker, 40, has predicted a quick knockout in just a few hours time.

    • Anthony Chapman

      KO VOW

      Haye has promised to make quick work of Fournier tonight, predicting the fight will NOT go the distance.

      He said: "There shouldn't be any version of reality that sees me losing this fight.

      "He just doesn't see my body holding up for eight rounds, he doesn't see it.

      "The quicker I get it over and done with the better for everybody.

      "Once I get my timing there, it should be pretty brutal, pretty fast."

    • Anthony Chapman

      ED HUNTER

      One man who won't be watching tonight is Eddie Hearn, who called the fight a JOKE.

      He told TalkSport: "Floyd Mayweather vs Logan Paul was just a joke and so’s David Haye vs Joe Fournier, but it’s just a bit of fun…

      "Some people want to almost respect their legacy in the sport and some just wanna make as much money as possible.

      “We just need to focus on boxing. I’ve done that before, we had a bit of fun, it was a bit cringe to be honest, it was tough at times, but I do understand the demand."

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