FORMER world champion boxer David Haye has appeared in court to deny attacking a man.
Ex-heavyweight Haye denied assaulting another man at an alleged incident at the Hammersmith Apollo last October.
The 41-year-old was granted bail ahead of a trial at Westminster Magistrates' Court in September.
He turned professional at the age of 22 and finished with a fight record of 28 wins and four defeats.
Haye became unified cruiserweight world champion in 2008 before moving up to heavyweight.
He won the 2009 WBA title after defeating Nikolai Valuev and by the time he retired he was widely recognised as one of Britain's finest fighters.
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The former star is now a regular on BT Sport's boxing coverage and most recently commentated when Tyson Fury knocked out Dillian Whyte.
Haye also made a one-fight comeback in September 2021 when he defeated Joe Fournier in an exhibition bout.
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