Boxing fans vent their frustration after David Haye quickly beats another mismatched opponent


David Haye (left) and Arnold Gjergjaj during the Heavyweight contest at the O2 Arena, London.

David Haye knocked out Arnold Gjergjaj at London's 02 Arena – just one minute and 35 seconds into the second round – in the second victory of his comeback.

Kosovo-Albanian Gjergjaj had already twice hit the canvas and was a tiring figure appearing to want a way out when falling for a third time from another right hand.

The heavyweight, fighting for the second time in five months after a three and a half-year lay-off with a career-threatening shoulder injury, provided another demonstration of his power.

But all fans really wanted was a fight they could actually finish a pint in front of.

(Steve Paston/PA) David Haye celebrates beating Arnold Gjergjaj in the second round of the Heavyweight contest at the O2 Arena, London.

As with January's underwhelming first-round defeat of Mark de Mori, Haye again attracted a significant crowd. But Gjergjaj lacked the skill-set, athleticism and ambition to trouble him.

Some boxing fans thought it was all a bit of a farce.

All he needs are some better matched opponents.