David Haye on Tony Bellew today went full blast on his opinion of the Liverpool WBC cruiserweight champion of the world, as did Bellew of Haye. It's not often you'd hear another boxer call another one a coward. But David Haye went there today in his first TV debate with close UK rival Tony Bellew ahead of their March 4th…
David Haye Tony Bellew Video – Haye Labels Bellew A ‘Bellend’
In the latest David Haye Tony Bellew video the trash talk continues. David Haye chimes in on his latest opinion on rival Tony Bellew ahead of their heavyweight showdown.
The latest David Haye Tony Bellew video in may ways continues the theme of what has already gone on in the short period since the fight between the two was announced.
Neither man like each other, but both are also happy to resort to playground insults to antagonize one another – with Haye calling Bellew a coward not long after the fight was signed.
Haye aged 36 and Bellew aged 33 despite their mature years still carry that child like sense of verbal jousting when it comes to their trash talk of one another, as the latest from Haye illustrates:
Latest David Haye Tony Bellew video via David Haye Instagram:
Bellew’s jibe of choice so far seems to be calling Haye ‘Sideshow Bob’.
For those not familiar with who that is or what Bellew is referring to, it’s a play on Haye’s haircut and comparison to a fictional cartoon character from hit TV series ‘The Simpsons’:
Now, back to the boxing for a second.
The two will square off in Haye’s hometown of London at the O2 Arena on March 4th next year.
The show will actually be a co-promotion between Haye himself’s promotional company and Bellew’s promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Sport.
These co-promoted shows don’t happen very often in boxing and shows you how much pull power David Haye still has that he was able to get the UK’s biggest promoter to essentially bend to his demands and in his hometown.
But make no mistake, Bellew will bring a passionate army of loyal fans down from the North of England from Liverpool with him to London, in what promises to be a fight one way or another that will end inside the scheduled distance.