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This week it was announced that David Haye and Tony Bellew have verbally agreed to fight again. According to the Mail, the fight is set to take place on December 17th at The O2 Arena.

According to Haye, he has signed the papers but Bellew still hasn’t.

“Every single aspect for Haye vs Bellew II has been agreed. All that’s left is for Tony to sign the contract, and I’d like to believe he will.

“After much back and forth, over a number of months — Eddie Hearn has said there have been many egos to deal with — we have a deal on the table that should allow both of us to walk to the ring feeling fully compensated for putting our lives on the line for the entertainment of the fans,” wrote Haye in a column for The Metro.

Haye writes that he’s very happy about the current deal. 

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