Liverpool heavyweight Tony Bellew is in deep preparations at the moment ahead of his May 5th rematch with London heavyweight David Haye.
Bellew shocked the world last year when he stopped Haye inside the distance so will be looking to prove second time round that it wasn’t a fluke.
Haye on the other hand appears to be ultra motivated with his new trainer Salas and is chomping at the bit to set the record straight.
He has vowed to retire if he cannot defeat Bellew at the 02 Arena on May 5th.
Speaking this morning Bellew has got quite the response far on social media in this passionate message sent out to his fans:
It’s quite simple.. I CANNOT WORK any harder than I’m working right now! I’m in great shape but a lot of pain and tiredness is also playing it’s part.. All I can say is it’ll show on May 5th! #Repeat #BellewHaye2
— Tony Bellew (@TonyBellew) April 13, 2018
Haye for his part appears to be in much better shape this time round- looking noticeably lighter and planning to come in-built for speed and utilize what he feels is his better boxing technique.
Don’t write off Bellew mind you.
He proved first time round that he can more than handle Haye’s big bombs.