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“You never know with Haye. He likes to play games. Does he leak that to make Tony Bellew think that he might be out of the fight so that affects his preparation? I know Haye’s fit and I know how seriously he’s taking this fight because he’s not running his mouth like he normally does and that’s because he has to win,” pondered Hearn.

The rematch between Bellew and Haye is just less than five weeks away. Both fighters have kept quiet and the trash talking aspect has been surprisingly absent this time around.

There’s a lot on the line for both fighters, especially for the 38 year old Haye who has said retirement is the only option should he not win against Bellew on December 17th at the O2. 

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