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David Haye for I'm A Celebrity

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Topic: David Haye for I'm A Celebrity
Posted By: Bren
Subject: David Haye for I'm A Celebrity
Date Posted: 06 Nov 2012 at 12:40

Haye puts Klitschko on the backburner as boxer jets to Australia for I'm A Celebrity

By - Martin Domin

PUBLISHED: 10:42, 5 November 2012 | UPDATED: 17:02, 5 November 2012

David Haye is more accustomed to fighting off heavyweight boxers than creepy crawlies but the former world champion will be doing just that when he takes part in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

The 32-year-old, who remains in training in the hope of fighting Vitali Klitschko next year, will join the likes of former Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan, whose boyfriend is Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair, and Doctor Who actor Colin Baker in the jungle.

And Haye made sure he made the most of his last night in London by partying into the early hours of Monday morning.


Night on the town: David Haye was at Whisky Mist nightclub in London before leaving for Australia

Once in Australia, Haye and his fellow celebrities will be offered the chance to stay in an eight-bedroom hotel which will have rats, scorpions, spiders and snakes lurking behind the doors.

Producers are said to have lined up their most gruesome Bushtucker trials to date, with stars set to dine on kangaroo testicles and raw shark brains.

The show begins on Sunday November 11.


In tow: Helen Flanagan (left with Scott Sinclair) will be joining Haye in the jungle

Meanwhile, Haye must wait until the end of the year to discover whether his desired showdown with Vitali will materialise.

Bernd Boente, manager of the WBC world heavyweight champion and his brother Wladimir, insists Vitali will take his time over deciding whether to retire.

The 41-year-old's UDAR party was elected into the Ukrainian parliament with 13 per cent of the vote and now the wrangling over the formation of an opposition coalition begins.


Knockout: Haye was last in action when beating Dereck Chisora at Upton Park in July


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