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It looks like one of the most anticipated rematches in British boxing today is taking steps forward.

Tony Bellew and David Haye fought last March in a memorable clash that eventually ended in the Liverpudlian’s favour via knockout. There were hugs and kisses in the ring but very soon after things took a left turn back to the way they were.

The beef between Bellew and Haye was never gone and now it’s even bigger than ever before.

Promoter Eddie Hearn declared rematch talks ‘virtually dead’ weeks ago but recently different reports, including Hearn himself, have confirmed that there is still hope for a rematch. 

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