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By the time David Haye enters the ring to face Tony Bellew for the second time this year he will be 37 years old. He’s not in his young prime anymore but he doesn’t lack any confidence and has a strong belief in his own strengths. December 17 will be a big date for Haye, if not the biggest so far in his career.

Before the first fight, a confident Haye promised to put Bellew away before the final bell but instead, it was ‘The Hayemaker’ who got knocked through the ropes last March.

“The first time around, I wasn’t mentally anticipating a tough battle but I found myself in one. This time, I know it can happen. I’ve tasted his punches, I’ve seen him take my punches. He’s a serious contender so I need to be on my A-game mentally and spiritually. I didn’t believe I needed that prior to the first fight,” said Haye to Sky Sports. 

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