David Haye v Tony Bellew – Saturday May 5th livefrom the O2 Arena on Sky Sports Box Office and AWE in the United States.
Tony Bellew weighed 210 pounds, whilst David Haye also hit a trimmer 220 pounds for their imminent rematch at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday night.
Bellew is eyeing a repeat of his stoppage win as Haye plots revenge in spectacular fashion.
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Ahead of the highly anticipated fight between ‘The Bomber’ Tony Bellew and ‘The Hayemaker’ David Haye tomorrow night at the o2 Arena, David has released his first and only sparring video.
The video shows David sparring with Malik Scott, who has notable wins over Tony Thompson and Alex Leapai. David shows off his speed and focus as he seeks revenge on Tony, who beat him in their first bout on 4th March 2017. David’s tenacity, focus and willing to win at all costs has driven him to be in the shape of his life.
The highly-anticipated rematch between Tony Bellew and David Haye is finallyupon us this weekend, and leading spread-betting firm Sporting Index predicts the ‘Hayemaker’ will deliver a knockout blow in London.
The former world heavyweight champion suffered a nasty Achilles injury in the first fight but, to Bellew’s credit, the latter was impressive throughout and deserving of the win. Despite this, the Liverpudlian is still viewed as the outsider by traders at Sporting Index.
The war of words between the pair had subsided since their first meeting, with Haye taking a more methodical approach. However, their clash during the latest press conference confirmed their dislike for each other is still very much there.
Bellew describes Haye as the ‘world’s most dangerous fighter inside four rounds’ but has no ambition to run and will go toe-to-toe with the 37-year-old from the first bell.
Despite Bellew’s confidence, Sporting Index’s traders have crunched the numbers and predict Haye could deliver a knockout blow in the eighth round of the bout. The spread-betting experts also believe there will be one knockdown with a referee count and Haye is favourite to deliver the punch.
Ed Fulton, trading spokesman for Sporting Index, said:“This really is make-or-break for David Haye, who admits his career is over if he loses to Tony Bellew again, but our traders believe he’ll deliver the goods at the O2 Arena.
“Bellew was impressive in the first fight and should not be discounted but a fully-fit and re-energised Haye may just be too much for the natural cruiserweight.”