David Haye plans comeback to end Anthony Joshua’s unbeaten run in bout at Wembley Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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  • David Haye has not fought since his 2012 victory over Dereck Chisora  
  • Haye wants to return to the ring and end Anthony Joshua’s unbeaten run
  • Joshua has not been beaten in 13 bouts since he turned pro in 2013 
  • Any fight would take place at Wembley as both boxers are from London 


David Haye is aiming to make his comeback from injury and has targeted a showdown with unbeaten Anthony Joshua.

The former WBA heavyweight champion is eager to get back in the ring, and is hoping to face Joshua, after a three year absence from boxing due to a shoulder problem.

Joshua is yet to be beaten since he turned professional in 2013, but Haye plans to end that run.

But he admits he will need to get some bouts under his belt before he can challenge the Olympic gold-medallist.

‘Whether it happens or not depends on a lot of stuff,’ he told the Sun.

‘I’ve got to get back in the ring and he’s got to keep winning.’

The ‘Hayemaker’ lost his most famous bout against Wladimir Klitschko in 2011 when he was defeated on a unanimous points decision while challenging for the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF and IBO titles.

Haye faced the thread of retirement following shoulder surgery, and several comebacks to the ring were scrapped, but he is keen to return to the ring for the first time since he defeated Dereck Chisora in July 2012.

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