Join us here for David Haye vs. Tony Bellew live this Saturday from the O2 Arena.
Sometimes in combat sports you get two fighters at the peak of their game fighting to determine true supremacy in a classic battle. Sometimes, you get two big personalities just talking trash and throwing down. If you are a fan of the former, Saturday night’s Keith Thurman vs. Danny Garcia fight is for you. But if you prefer the other kind of fight, Saturday has you covered as well.
Live from the O2 Arena in London on Saturday it’s David Haye (28-2; 26 KO) vs. Tony Bellew (28-2-1; 18 KO) in an all-UK Heavyweight “superfight” of sorts.
Haye is a former champion who had a big fight with Wladimir Klitschko in 2011. He somewhat retired in 2012, but came back last year. You have to give it to the 36 year old Haye – he’s well past his prime and no longer relevant to the Heavyweight top 10 scene, but he knows how to pick smart opponents and promote fights, and has managed to make this late stage of his career a must-watch event for many fans. Bellew is a Cruiserweight champion stepping up to Heavyweight for the first time for this fight.
Haye vs. Bellew is live from London, this Saturday, March 4 with a fight time of 2:00 p.m. ET. There is no US broadcast available. We’ll have live discussion here.