David Haye fighting for less pay-per-view boxing

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David Haye fighting for less pay-per-view boxing

David Haye is pushing for more boxing matches to be on terrestrial TV.

The heavyweight, who's gearing up for a bout in May after coming out of retirement, says he wants the sport to be accessible to all - even if it means making less money.

Speaking at the Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards Haye said, "when I was a kid you could watch boxing on ITV or BBC.

When you fight on Freeview you open yourself up to people who might not be able to afford it".

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