David Haye Net Worth Income Profile and Salary. David Deron Haye has known also known as “Hayemaker” is an English boxer. He is a former WBA World Heavyweight Champion. He was born on 13 October 1980 in Bermondsey, London. He spent his childhood in the Peabody Estate. He admitted for school at Bacon’s College. From the beginning, he showed his interest in boxing and started practice at old-school boxing gym Fitzroy Lodge Boxing Club, where David won his first amateur bouts. Tony Perry (College Principal) remembers David as a “athletic and smart young man”.
David competed in the light heavyweight division at the 1999 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Texas at the age of 18. David Haye started his professional career in 2002 at the age of 22. He defeated by way of knockout, Hull-based Tony Booth, in his debut fight. In 2001 David Haye won a silver medal and became the first British boxer to attain the final of the World Amateur Boxing Championships.
In 2003 he won seven fights, two of which were the only fights he has clashed in the United States. He won all by knockouts. In 2004 after he dispatched the ex-world champion, King Arthur Williams, his popularity began to grow David’s fights were seen on the BBC, regularly.
Net Worth of David Haye
David signed a three-year contract with former Lenox Lewis promoter Frank Maloney in January 2006. David has had a long footing plan to retire early from the sport. After the Harrison fight, David declared his plans to give up work before he is 31 had not altered, saying “I have achieved what I wanted to achieve – undoubted cruiserweight champion, bring together the heavyweight division and then call it a day.” David never won an Olympic medal as he was beaten in a qualifier for the Sydney Olympics in 2000.
David Haye Net worth is given below:
David Haye Net worth in dollar: $20 Million
David Haye Annual Income: $645,161
David Haye Monthly Salary: $53,763