Haye punts on Betfair ahead of Bellew clash

Haye punts on Betfair ahead of Bellew clash

Haye punts on Betfair ahead of Bellew clash

David Haye and Tony Bellew were treated to a surprise visit from The Inbetweeners star James Buckley at a press conference ahead of their fight this weekend.

An initial date of December for Haye-Bellew II had to be postponed after the Bermondsey-raised puncher suffered an arm injury in training.

After Haye went 2-0 in his "comeback" against weak opposition, Bellew called Haye out. The struggle is going to be displayed go on SkySports's PPV station "Sky sports activities box-office" and will probably also be costly at approximately #19.95 to United Kingdom clients. "I feel that Bellew will do it again". The policy starts at approximately 06:00 p.m around SkySports Inch together with Handful of preliminary struggles until it belongs to encryption approximately 07:00 p.m and just PPV potential buyers may see from compared to on.

"He pushed me to get a reaction".

Will Tony Bellew produce a repeat performance or will David Haye gain revenge?

At the end of the day, the script is much the same for this one as Bellew is getting little respect. He just wanted to get closer.

"The mask comes off on Saturday".

"Any fella who says, "When I get home and tell her" is a lying b*****d".

He also joked: "I don't think he fancies me in all honesty, why would he fancy a man more ugly than you".

In recent interviews Haye has admitted going back to basics with new trainer Ismael Salas, who has trained 19 world champions, and adopting a better mindset, and not undervaluing his bitter rival this time.

Haye, on the other hand, will look to land a "money shot" and with his weight and reach advantage, he will certainly be risky in the early rounds.

The Liverpudlian, who stopped injury hit Haye in 11 rounds past year, said: "Haye got a bit too close to me and as he moved in he put his forehead on mine".

The Londoner has certainly adopted a more measured and respectful approach this time around as he attempts to revive his career in this Saturday's rematch. He knows everything about that last fight was wrong and I truly believe that he has corrected that now, as he as been a bit more silent in the build up to this fight, knowing that he will allow his boxing to do the talking instead.

Saturday night can't come quick enough.

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