As for your point, I also predict that neither fighter will end the rematch unconscious, and both will laughing and embracing at the end as they were after the first ‘fight’. Call me a cynic, but it was as jarg as jarg can be. Right from the laughable ringside screaming match after Bellew fought a fringe contender in his only fight at cruiserweight since winning his title. Said contender just so happened to be David Haye’s mate, who was present throughout the build-up, sat at ringside, and clearly after a high reward low risk fight. It was choreographed for the benefit of those easily parted with their PPV money.
Both of them can sell snow to eskimos, and they are much more business partners than serious opponents in this ‘fight’ is my take on it.
Good luck to them. I like both. But if it was a serious fight - as in, both fighters anywhere near their best - Haye wins clearly, 10 times out of 10. He was leagues above Bellew as a cruiserweight, and went on to be a much bigger man. But he’s basically retired and in no fit state to fight a proper world class heavyweight. Hence him fighting Tony Bellew
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