David Haye

Freddie Flintoff: David Haye a 'bully' on ALOTO

The former England cricket captain labelled the ex-heavyweight champion of the world "disgusting" following a TV skit on A League of Their Own, aired in 2013. The Hayemaker landed 33 punches in 20 seconds on comedian Jack Whitehall, who had been wrapped in a punch bag.

Alex Richards, The Mirror, 30th January 2019

Baby-faced 21-year-old close-up magician and hypnotist Archie Manners's shtick is that he's extraordinarily, almost impossibly posh. Having previously billed himself as "the society magician" at upscale parties and the like (according to his website, Prince Edward thinks he's "very good indeed"), Manners is now bringing his talents to Look Into My Eyes for E4. He uses his skills of hypnotism, persuasion and sleight of hand to bend the minds of both the public and a few celebs, including the former boxer David Haye.

Ben Arnold, The Guardian, 22nd September 2015

Controversial new series in which celebrities have their social media accounts scrutinised for embarrassing facts, before being humiliated until they use their safe word. Rick Edwards hosts and Katherine Ryan and David Morgan are among the comedians who roast. The first victims are lovable loon Joey Essex and boxer David Haye, who go in for a verbal joust. It's the show that Sinitta called "vile" and she may be on to something as Joey's Twitter account is hacked to make a spoof announcement that he's going to be a dad. Cheap lolz.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 23rd July 2015

The campest chat-show host in town has pulled out all the stops to celebrate the 100th edition of his show. Top of the bill is movie and music superstar Justin Timberlake, who'll be talking up new film Runner Runner and singing a song from chart-topping album 20/20, in between charming the pants off our happy host. Not only that but Rihanna is in the house too, while on hand to ramp up the butch quota is heavyweight boxer David Haye, currently hitting the comeback trail.

Carol Carter and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh, Metro, 27th September 2013

The first in a new eight-week run of celebrity chat and entertainment with the tongue-in-cheek comedian. Making an appearance tonight are singer and actress Jennifer Lopez, who will perform her latest single I'm into You, and Jonathan Ross, who talks about his new ITV1 show Penn and Teller: Fool Us. Plus, boxer David Haye discusses his forthcoming world heavyweight unification fight against Wladimir Klitschko.

Gerald O'Donovan, The Telegraph, 17th June 2011

A new comedy quiz, hosted by James Corden, which draws on sports fans' love of lists. Team captains are England cricket monster Andrew Flintoff and Sky football pundit Jamie Redknapp, here to try to shake off the national embarrassment of those holiday advertisements. Regular panellists are comedian John Bishop and Sky Sports News presenter Georgie Thompson. Show one - an hour-long special with guests David Haye and Neil Morrissey was still in the edit suite as we went to press.

Jack Seale, Radio Times, 11th March 2010

It was only a matter of time before James Corden got his own celebrity panel show and here it is... basically, A Question Of Sport for idiots. Celeb guests include Freddie Flintoff, Neil Morrissey, David Haye and Jamie Redknapp, who spend the first half bantering loudly with their larger-than-life host about tattoos and booze - it's the televisual equivalent of Nuts magazine.

Sharon Lougher, Metro, 11th March 2010

Jamie Redknapp and David Haye joke on new sports quiz

Soccer star Jamie Redknapp takes a huge risk when he unwittingly mocks world heavyweight boxing champion David Haye's T-shirt.

The Sun, 10th March 2010