Haye vs Bellew Odds

David Haye vs Bellew Odds Ahead Of Heavyweight Fight

Published On March 4, 2017 | By Niall Doran | Boxing News

The Haye vs Bellew odds are reflective of what many believe will happen but as always, there is a bit of value if you look a bit deeper beneath the surface.

Haye vs Bellew Odds and Preview

Starting out of the gates ‘The Hayemaker’ is a big favorite in the Haye vs Bellew odds, for any fight fans across the globe looking to make a pick in the fight.

A fight that Haye judging by these words really wants to do serious physical harm to Bellew in.

He comes into the bout the naturally bigger heavyweight in many people’s opinion, as well as possessing the superior skill set, speed and punching power.

Bellew by all accounts is looking to make the fight a rough and tough encounter, hoping that Haye will tire as the fight progresses allowing him to exhibit what he feels is better stamina and heart.

Haye vs Bellew Odds

Haye has not fought a notable opponent in almost five years since he took Dereck ‘Del Boy’ Chisora apart inside the distance at West Ham.

So Bellew might have some grounds for his belief above.

No matter how well Haye has looked after himself, there is no denying that ring rust against top tier competition can play a factor.

Haye vs Bellew Odds – Outright and By KO

For the Haye vs Bellew odds on a Haye win by any means at all, you are looking at around a best price of 2/9 with most bookies. That tells you how much they believe Haye is a favorite.

The best price you’ll get on a Bellew win by any method is anywhere between 4/1 or 5/1 ahead of tonight’s action in London.

But the more interesting Haye vs Bellew odds lay inside the method of victory market.

If Bellew’s plan to take Haye into the second half of the fight were to work, and you were looking for a long shot pick, a Bellew points win is as high as 16/1.

While a Bellew KO win can be found at best around 7/1.

Haye is odds on to knock Bellew out best priced at around 2/7. Not far off what he is to win by any method it has to be said.

Clearly the bookies don’t see a Haye points win at best priced 8/1 to be on the cards.

Some sports books are offering a Haye round 1 win at around 10/1 however check your local listings for any changes before round 1.

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