UKTV partners with David Haye to bring boxing fans five subscription-free fight nights each year

Posted 12 July 2017, 5.18am edt

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Boxing fans are being promised five subscription-free fight nights each year after UKTV signed a deal with Hayemaker Boxing, David Haye’s promotions company.

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