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The pre fight build up leading to the first Tony Bellew-David Haye fight went overboard in many ways. The trash talk got intense and Haye even got fined due to his comments of him hospitalising Bellew and putting him into a coma.

The trash talk and the unexpected result of the fight itself lead to the rematch which will commence on Sunday, December 17th at the O2 Arena in London.

Bellew seems to be in good spirits regarding the rematch but in a recent interview with the Press Association, ‘The Bomber’ revealed that Haye’s comments still haunt him. 

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