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‘The Bomber’ Tony Bellew has shared his view that he is preparing for a ‘more explosive’ encounter against his long-running nemesis, David Haye ahead of their December 17 rematch date. Bellew also shared his assertion that the slugger from Bermondsey would have ‘learnt his lesson in defeat’ which insinuated the ‘Hayemaker’ will be making the necessary adjustments for a more competitive show, the second time around and it is a scenario Bellew has prepared for.

Speaking exclusively with Sky Sports, Bellew shared “What you’re going to see on December 17, in my opinion, is two big cruiserweights get in the ring, that’s what I think,” when evaluating his rematch with the former WBA world heavyweight champion, Haye.

Touching on how his rival will be approaching the fight, he shared his view that he feels Haye won’t come in as heavy and sluggish as last time”I don’t think David is going to be coming in heavy.” Bellew also went on to explain that with more vigilant preparations this time around will make for a better fight in this holiday season rematch. “I think he will have learnt his lesson last time, and I think we’ll see a different fight this time also, I really, really do believe that. Hopefully more explosive, if that’s possible.”

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