David Haye warns Tony Bellew to 'enjoy last days' before heavyweight bout

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Haye and Bellew were both warned by British Boxing Board of Control chief Robert Smith this week after a foul-mouthed press conference in London on Monday.

"With my skillset and my physical capabilities now, I will get it right next time and take the opportunity to make my point".

So I think that once the first bell rings and the adrenalin kicks in, then gameplans will be forgotten and we will have a pure, no holds-barred slugfest to enjoy.

"I'm predicting a quick knock-out, a showreel knockout, a violent knock-out".

"He's clinging on to me being a broken man, for his confidence", Haye said of Bellew, who queried why Haye had recently traveled to Munich to see a doctor.

The 30-year-old lightweight from Dublin is on the undercard of the David Haye and Tony Bellew fight in London.

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"We are delighted to have worked in partnership to bring together the world's most explosive boxer, David "The Hayemaker" Haye and the most dynamic new betting company in the United Kingdom market in Energybet". "If he wants to do that, I'll make sure he never, ever, ever does that again".

"I'm going to smash your f*cking head in and you know it", exclaimed Haye.

It should be the thing that wins him the fight as he will have the greater power, although both are more than capable of ending a fight with one shot. I can't do that anymore: I need a good nine, ten hours.

"So we are going to box in America, we are going to box in the United Kingdom, probably in Scandinavia or Germany and then back to Dublin for that world title fight". In the way I've trained, I haven't underestimated him.

The bigger aim, he insists is to seek the fulfilment he feels he let slip by in his flickering reign as the WBA heavyweight champion between 2009 and 2011, which was ended in humbling fashion by Wladimir Klitschko. Saturday's fight was sold out in under an hour when tickets went on sale in December, but some are still available on the resale site Stubhub. "Haye and Bellew would then get into an on-stage argument". "In October 2016, Bellew launched himself at Haye after flattening BJ Flores, sparking huge interest in the pair fighting each other".

Whether or not Haye has any ring rust to shake off, the location of the fight - only six miles down the Thames from where he grew up - could reinvigorate the former heavyweight champion. After all, Hearn has built him up as the best heavyweight in the division.