Shocker: Bookies favor David Haye heavily for revenge despite Tony Bellew TKO loss

Bellew v Haye 29/09/2017
David Haye

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David Haye has been made a surprise favorite by a wide margin following the confirmation of a rematch with Tony Bellew.
The pair met in March when Haye was rumored to have taken an injury into the ring and was duly taken out by Bellew in eleven rounds.
Despite proving himself – even with the doubts, Bellew is a 5/2 outsider to repeat the victory when the pair collide again at The O2 Arena on December 17.
Odds from Betway suggest the Hayemaker will avenge his defeat.
Betway’s Alan Alger, said: “Bellew Haye II is the fight all boxing fans want to see. Bellew caused a major upset in defeating Haye in March, and since, many have been quick to discredit his victory due to the achilles injury suffered by Haye during the bout.

“We expect a fully-fit Hayemaker this time around though, and he enters the market as heavy favourite at 2/7 to defeat The Bomber when the pair meet for a second time in December.

“Bellew can be backed at 5/2 to inflict a second defeat upon Haye, a result which would surely leave the former two-weight world champion with no option but to retire.”

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