This may be a bit punchy, but we think a Haye vs Bellew rematch fight will be announced for next year.
David Haye and Tony Bellew fought an epic eleven rounds earlier this year at London’s 02 Arena. Legendary Haye had been in the midst of an impressive comeback when Bellew thwarted him in what was an unbelievable fight.
Bellew had stepped up two weight levels to participate in this heavy-weight fight against Haye. Bellew is the WBC cruiserweight champion and won an impressive fight against Haye. This is Haye’s third loss in his career and we imagine he will be keen to reclaim his title. Time for a rematch? After the fight, Haye said he would love the opportunite to fight Bellew again so make sure you’re the first to discover the latest on a Haye vs Bellew fight by signing up to the Villiers newsletter.
Will there be a round two? Bellew has the choice of going back down to his cruiserweight division or continuing to compete as a heavyweight. Bellew credits much of his success in the fight against Haye down to Haye underestimating him. Perhaps a rematch could be on the cards now Haye knows what he’s up against.
Bellew has called out WBC heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilde, straight after the fight and it seems Tony Bellew is looking for a challenge but, would Tony Bellew stop short of fighting IBF heavyweight Anthony Joshua? Tony Bellew has called Anthony Joshua the “king of boxing,” but would Weller take on his idol?
Promoter Eddie Hearn has stated that Bellew’s most likely next fight is against Haye. Eddie Hearn describes a Haye vs Bellew rematch as the fight the public is most eager to see. Bellew took to twitter to say he would be keen for a rematch against Haye if his terms are met. Rumours have surfaced that Haye will now begin training with expert coach and manager David Coldwell.
The question is, if Haye and Bellew were to fight again would it be at Wembley Stadium following on from the epic Joshua v Klitschko fight in April? If so, make sure you get in touch with our experts to discuss what Haye vs Bellew hospitality options we can secure for you. For the finest food, beverages and exemplary service, look no further than boxing hospitality at Wembley Stadium.
After tense negotations between Haye and Bellew it seems that Bellew has set his eyes on WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker. Joseph Parker will be fighting Hughie Fury in Manchester this weekend.
David Bellew seems keen to continue fighting in the heavy weight division and Haye is eager to repair his reputation with a re-match. At Villiers, we’re keen to see a Haye vs Bellew rematch so make sure you find the latest boxing hospitality first by signing up to the Villiers newsletter today.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL