Triller reveal £9.99 PPV price for David Haye comeback fight vs Joe Fournier

BOXING fans can watch David Haye’s comeback fight against Joe Fournier for £9.99 on pay-per-view.

British heavyweight icon Haye retired in 2018 following consecutive defeats to Tony Bellew.


David Haye’s comeback fight against Joe Fournier will cost £19.99 to watch on UK PPVCredit: PA

But he will return to the ring on September 11 as part of the Triller undercard for Oscar De La Hoya’s clash with Vitor Belfort.

It has been confirmed that Haye’s battle against Fournier WILL count on his pro record, which stands at an impressive 28-4.

However, the eight-round duel will set fans back £9.99 if they want to watch it on PPV through FITE TV in the UK, SunSport can confirm.

On the undercard, Anderson Silva, 46, will fight fellow former UFC champion Tito Ortiz, also 46, in a boxing bout.

And headlining the night will be the return of De La Hoya – after 13 years out – with the ex-boxing champion facing MMA star Belfort.

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Haye’s opponent and friend Fournier – who fought on Triller in April – helped set up the fight.

And Haye claims he is being paid MORE to face Fournier than he did to fight old foe Bellew.

He told iFL TV: “It’s more than the pay [for the Bellew fight. More than the pay. It’s crazy.

“It’s more than what I got [paid] for Bellew one. I know, that’s what I’m saying. It’s crazy dough.

“So what am I going to say to that? ‘No, I’m not going to fight Joe Fournier for that?’ What would people think if I didn’t fight him for that?


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“What would they think? They’d think, I’ve got something wrong with me.

“I don’t. I’m really healthy, really good.

“I’ve just got to go through the motions and do what I do and let the universe even itself out. And yeah, it’s a good month’s work.”

David Haye ‘to come out of boxing retirement aged 40 for comeback fight against Joe Fournier’ on Oscar De La Hoya’s undercard

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