David Haye: I want to do maximum physical damage to Tony Bellew

Posted March 03, 2017

"With my skillset and my physical capabilities now, I will get it right next time and take the opportunity to make my point".

The key fact to remember in this match-up is that Bellew, the reigning WBC world cruiserweight champion, is moving up to heavyweight.

Never the less, I do not see Bellew beating Haye or even being competitive with him in real sense of the word.

"When he comes back to Liverpool afterwards, just make sure you guys are there for him because he's going to need all of your help, believe me".

David Haye will come under scrutiny for his use of the term "f****** retards" as he lashed out at fans of his opponent Tony Bellew during a highly charged press conference in Liverpool. "I think they are going to have to have a cordon of security people dividing them like they did when Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson fought each other".

Haye, for all the charm and class he showed as heavyweight champion, has stripped that perception in the build up to this fight and there is nearly no question that Bellew is the more likeable fighter to the public at this point.

"I will sell this fight and the world will want to see this fight", Bellew promised last week and last Sunday he sent his three young children to Dubai to escape the excesses, to avoid his fight-week transformation.

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"He said something to me when we were face-to-face: that he wouldn't beat the old David Haye". The supercharged atmosphere surrounding the fight has led to both excitement and controversy; Haye's pre-fight threats of inflicting serious, career-ending damage on his rival offending many.

"I think Haye will win, by KO in one or two rounds".

Matchroom's fighters will also feature in JD's Undisputed show, giving viewers behind the scenes access to some of the biggest names in boxing. "Haye and Bellew would then get into an on-stage argument".

"The longer the fight goes, it's a bonus for me and a bonus for the fans".

The 36-year-old former WBA heavyweight champion of the world also gave a disturbing insight into his frame of mind. He has made one successful defense of his title, against American boxer BJ Flores in October.

"But I'm still here at 36, fortunate that I'm still healthy and ready for another good run at the heavyweight division".