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Bellew also went to open the lid on the bitterness festering between the pair “I know he can’t stand the sight of me,” explained Bellew before addressing Haye directly in the interview with an ominous warning. “David I know you tuned in at home. Just be prepared, just be ready, because the 17th of December – it will be the last time you will experience walking to a boxing ring, it’s as simple as that.

Bellew was very frank when talking about what is store for Haye come fight night fter also saying his opponent’s uncharacteristic quiet approach in the build-up to the fight hasn’t hindered his mindset which is focused very much on securing another victory.

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