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    Default Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    I dunno, man?! Haye has never had a rematch and never won one, sufficed to say. So, this may be a bit of a challenge for him!
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    if Haye has anything left , and he boxes instead of winging bombs from way outside. Then he will connect and will score a KO.
    Bellew has heart but no chin.

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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    I think Haye will win provided he is fit to make it through the fight. However I think Bellew has proved he has the experience not to get hit by the wild swings of David so could lose on points.

    Really Haye should wipe out Bellew if he had any real aspirations of winning a world title. Struggling with Bellew shows he is past it.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    All down to Hayes body. If he’s fit enough he’ll win easy.

    Bellew struggled with him with one leg ffs

    But I don’t think Haye will be 12 round fit
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    All down to Hayes body. If he’s fit enough he’ll win easy.

    Bellew struggled with him with one leg ffs

    But I don’t think Haye will be 12 round fit
    I'm wondering. He claimed to have turned Vegan a few years back, Haye did. So, I was wondering if that was playing with his physiology?

    I dunno?! I think the protein and iron meat gives you, for a fighter, is important and no plant based food can supplement.

    A fighter, just like a weight lifter, needs a steak, a piece of porkchops or some good lamb every now and then with lots of broccoli and potatoes.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Does anybody really give a fuck about this? In boxing rating terms, these 2 are irrelevant. Bellew is never gonna be a HW Contender as long as he's got a hole in his ass , and Haye proved BEFORE he got injured last time, that he doesn't have what it takes any more. You cannot turn the clock back and his body is shot to pieces.
    Is the winner of this really gonna get a shot? or a more likely scenario is that they'll end up in more panto matchups with Whyte, Chisora and the Furys.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Primo Carnera View Post
    Does anybody really give a fuck about this? In boxing rating terms, these 2 are irrelevant. Bellew is never gonna be a HW Contender as long as he's got a hole in his ass , and Haye proved BEFORE he got injured last time, that he doesn't have what it takes any more. You cannot turn the clock back and his body is shot to pieces.
    Is the winner of this really gonna get a shot? or a more likely scenario is that they'll end up in more panto matchups with Whyte, Chisora and the Furys.
    I've just had a look and the fight is due to take place in just over a month, expect the hype train to start up any day now.

    It'd take a pretty strong fucking undercard to get me to even consider ordering this

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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    I can’t see Joshua going near Wilder Just yet. Just can’t. Too risky for a still raw AJ and Eddie knows it.


    A Haye win sets up a nice April British pay day for both with Haye having a punchers chance for a few rounds.

    So yes Haye v Bellew is relevant
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    I can’t see Joshua going near Wilder Just yet. Just can’t. Too risky for a still raw AJ and Eddie knows it.


    A Haye win sets up a nice April British pay day for both with Haye having a punchers chance for a few rounds.

    So yes Haye v Bellew is relevant
    Or Haye will not want to fight AJ yet because he will lose and retire so I see him dragging it out to make as much money as possible. I can see Haye trying to instigate fights with Parker, Whyte and any other small and limited heavyweight he can fight.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Haye is lazy. Less fights the better. His body can’t go much more- maybe already fucked.

    If he beats Bellew he can get AJ for big money.

    And he’ll think he has a chance
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    Haye is lazy. Less fights the better. His body can’t go much more- maybe already fucked.

    If he beats Bellew he can get AJ for big money.

    And he’ll think he has a chance
    Haye probably does think he has a chance because of his inflated ego which is why he would want to prolong his career so that he can do more TV shows. Maybe he sets up a trilogy with Bellew.

    AJ will smash him to bits and knock him out in brutal fashion. It would be a huge mismatch.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    I can’t see Joshua going near Wilder Just yet. Just can’t. Too risky for a still raw AJ and Eddie knows it.


    A Haye win sets up a nice April British pay day for both with Haye having a punchers chance for a few rounds.

    So yes Haye v Bellew is relevant
    I can't agree. After watching his last fight, imo it confirmed that he isn't a contender anymore. I think Haye would love the chance to fight AJ and would have the self belief that he could upset the apple cart.
    But I think his body is gone and you don't turn the clock back.
    I think all Haye has got left is the "Second tier championship" with the Whytes, Furys, Del Boys and Baby face Millers of this World.
    I don't take much pleasure in thinking like this, I think the Haye of 5 or 6 years ago would've been more than a match for any of the champions today.
    I might be wrong, but don't see it.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    If you are a washed up former heavyweight champion with a massive ego and severe money problems then fighting Bellew, Whyte and Parker makes better business sense than jump in with a monster like AJ.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    For some reason we love watching David Haye. He looks like us.... So we want him to win.
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    Default Re: Bellew v Haye 2... Repeat of the first?

    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    For some reason we love watching David Haye. He looks like us.... So we want him to win.
    You look like a cunt?
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