Tony Bellew Defeats David Haye In Rematch

Tony Bellew Defeats David Haye In Rematch

David Haye's boxing career is all but over after he was taken apart by Tony Bellew on Saturday night, with the referee stepping in to stop the fight in the 5th. Whereas Haye's body gave out on him - not for the first time it must be said - in the first contest in March 2017, it was Bellew's clubbing overhand rights over the top of Haye's jab, so often his weapon of choice, that put paid to him this time.

And while it looked like Haye was carrying a similar injury to the first fight, after the bout he admitted that Bellew was the better man.

Haye began the fight in a predatory stance.

However, this all changed in the third when a Bellew left hook caught the Londoner off guard. Revenge on his mind and a right hand cocked and loaded, Haye stalked Bellew, establishing control of the center of the ring in the opening frame.

Tony Bellew versus David Haye 2.

David Haye: "Bellew fought a very good fight and I didn't, simply". I'm just happy I've won.

An emotional Tony Bellew says: "I just want to say I lost my brother-in-law in August and I swear to God he was watching me and he was there with me tonight for every punch, Ashley that was for you".

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Haye had hoped a win on Saturday might propel him to a lucrative bout with Britain's reigning world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, but that dream was ended in brutal fashion by Bellew.

Ward, 34, retired with a flawless 32-fight record in September and was regarded as the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world having won world titles at super-middleweight and light-heavyweight. "I don't cry in front of my missus, I try and hide it but you know what I'm broke".

When asked for his own response, Haye humbly declared: "Tony was the better man". They've been in with each other before and I think they will both risk throwing big shots'.

Bellew is now responsible for two of the three stoppages Haye has suffered in his career, and he'll now have options to continue in heavyweight or return to his more natural division in cruiserweight.

Bellew said he would meet former world champion Fury at heavyweight but only if the fight happened soon, while any meeting with Ward would likely be at cruiserweight. "I won't go on too long, but I ain't stopping now".

"Andre Ward is a big fight".

The bell saved Haye from further punishment that round and he tried to regroup in the fourth.

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