The former Wbc Cw champion Tony Bellew entered this fight with a pro record of 29-2-1 (19 knockouts) while his opponent, the former world champion in two different weight classesDavid Haye, has an official boxing record of 28-3-0 (26 KOs=93%). Both boxers are not ranked as they haven’t fought since March 4, 2017 when ‘Bomber’ Bellew defeated ‘Hayemaker’ in their first bout, via tko in eleven round (Haye suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in the sixth period while Bellew broke is hand. Before their first fight Tony suffered his last loss against Adonis Stevenson in 2013 but then he had won eight consecutive fights while David was defeated by Wladimir Klitschko in 2011 and then collected three victories. Bellew vs Haye 2 is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Haye is living proof on how NOT to train when ur a professional boxer. Weight lifters always look good but they can't even do 30 pushups. When you've been a world champ and ur approaching 40 understand that ur not past ur peak, ur IN ur peak but u train differently. Guys like Herschell Walker (look him up) train differently but can still dominate. Training hard doesn't equate to training WELL