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This past Saturday night rumours started spreading that David Haye had injured himself during training and his fight against Tony Bellew was in jeopardy. According to Worldboxingnews.net, Haye’s Achilles had been causing problems again.

We go again December 17th! Can’t wait… #BellewHaye2 #Repeat

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Haye initially injured his Achilles during his fight against Bellew back in March. ‘The Hayemaker’ was visibly hurt and could not implement any efficient movement or footwork.

‘The Bomber’ capitalised on the injury and stopped Haye in the 11th round.

However, despite injury rumours the rematch is still happening according to Eddie Hearn and Haye himself. 

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