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Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports, Tony Bellew once again hurled criticism at his bitter rival David Haye and his criticism focused on how the man carries himself. “David Haye’s tone, manner and demeanour do not represent boxing as it should be”, ahead of the pair’s heavily-anticipated box office rematch on December 17.

Bellew said: “I’m preparing for this fight exactly how I did for the first time round, preparing for a hard fight against a brilliant athlete. “That’s all this is, a fighter against an athlete. “Haye’s tone, manner and demeanour do not represent boxing as it should be. They do not show it in the right light. He’s another fighter I need to get rid of.” As Bellew demonstrated his hunger to put a final nail in the coffin in the career of David Haye. 

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