Reports had wrongly surfaced earlier in the day that Haye may be nursing a niggling injury, although those rumours turned out to be fabricated by an unreliable source.
The 36 year-old is healthy and raring to go, having predicted an early finish to his fight with Tony Bellew at The O2 Arena in London this Saturday night.
Despite no similar dramas, Tony Bellew also went through media formalities at The O2 Indigo as the WBC cruiserweight champion bids to cause a sensational upset away from home.
The Liverpudlian, who defeated Haye’s friend BJ Flores in the first defence of his belt late last year, showed improvement in speed when hitting a pad session with trainer Dave Coldwell.
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