On the left is reality star E6 and on the right is boxer David Haye.
E6 who`s real name is Steven Calderon he was born and raised in New York City. He is of Dominican decent,being that I am a first generation American. E6 was born on June 14, 1985 and raised by his Dominican parents in Brooklyn,New York. He is best known from the MTV’s series “From G’s To Gents” (season 1). He placed 4th place runner up overald. The show is hosted by Fonzworth Bentley, and premiered on MTV on July 15, 2008. The objective of the show was to make the transformation from a roughneck to a sophisticated gentleman within the given time. In the end, Thaddeus aka Creepa was decided upon to be the most transformed and refined gentleman, winning the cash prize of $100,000 and membership in “The Gentleman’s Club.” A second season premiered on February 10, 2009. In the show From G’s to Gentswhich is a MTV reality television series misdirected young men sign up to change their lives and become gentlemen for a cash prize. E6 has turned out to be an aspiring rapper. He turned to music at the times he was most aggravated. E6 has also acquired quite a large fanbase from his performances. He has done numerous tours and demonstrated his talents at various events, firm in his dream to make it in the music industry. He dreams of being heard, and has always kept on working on his songs to finally produce an album of his own. E6 also admits to having enough business ideas that might prove to be a success. With his natural competitiveness and life experiences that molded him, E6 has become more determined to have the chance to shine. At the age of 22, he has already made a name for himself in hip hop, and owes it to everything life has brought him.
David Haye also known as David “The Hayemaker” Haye was born on 13th October 1980. He is an English professional boxer from London and former WBA heavyweight champion. He is also the former unified world cruiserweight champion, holding the WBA, WBC, WBO, and The Ring cruiserweight titles, and the former European cruiserweight champion. David Haye fought Wladimir Klitschko in a heavyweight unification fight for the WBA, IBF, WBO and The Ring heavyweight titles, the fight taking place at the Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany on 2 July 2011. This was the only heavyweight unification fight since Wladimir Klitschko and Sultan Ibragimov fought back in 2008. It was then when Wladimir Klitschko beat Ibragimov and added his WBO title to his IBF title. Klitschko defeated Haye by a unanimous decision to become the unified WBA Super, IBF, WBO, and The Ring heavyweight champion. Haye had a broken toe that allegedly inhibited him from pushing off his back foot during the fight, and showed little or none of his usual explosiveness in the ring. The official scores were: 118-108, 117-109 & 116-110, which were all in favour of Klitschko. Following the fight Vitali Klitschko and Dereck Chisora after the loss to WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko, Dereck Chisora got into a brawl with compatriot David Haye at the post-fight press conference. Klitschko’s manager Bernd Boente said “with the bad experience we’ve had with British fighters we will now look for other countries”. He then told Haye from the dais “You had an offer, you didn’t accept it, now you are out. You are out. You cannot talk yourself back into the fight, you have no belts.” Chisora then called out Haye, but Haye dismissed Chisora as “a loser”. Chisora challenged Haye to tell him that to his face and approached Haye sparking a melee with Haye throwing the first punch with what appeared to be a glass bottle in his hand, as the brawl progressed Haye was seen swinging a camera tripod. After order was restored, a furious Chisora stated multiple times that he would “shoot” David Haye and claimed Haye “glassed” him. Haye’s manager Adam Booth emerged from the fracas with a facial wound and Chisora suggested to Booth that Haye hit him with a bottle by mistake while Booth insisted it was one of Chisora’s entourage that had hit him with a bottle . On 8 May 2012, Haye and his promotion team announced that he would fight against Dereck Chisora at Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London on 14 July 2012. The announcement caused controversy as neither held a British Boxing Licence, and so had agreed a licence deal with the Luxembourg Boxing Association. Seen as a direct attempt to undermine the British Boxing Board of Control, it meant that fights could take place in Britain even if a boxer was facing disciplinary action. David Haye won the fight with a fifth round stoppage in front of over 35,000 spectators. Knocked to the floor in the fifth round, receiving a count of eight, Chisora recovered only to be floored again in the same round. Referee Luis Pabon decided Chisora was unable to continue signalling the end of the contest
David Haye and E6 look alike. The have to same skin color, skin texture and very similar facial features and hair.