Eddie Hearn Expects Tony Bellew To Fight Again Before The End Of The Year

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David Haye is not injured and is 100 per cent fit to face Tony Bellew on December 17, according to Eddie Hearn.

The Matchroom promoter was reacting to rumours the Hayemaker had suffered an injury in training and the rematch with Bellew was in serious danger of being cancelled.

Haye snapped his Achilles in the first fight with Bellew and has battled back early from that injury for the December showdown.

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Despite Haye’s very recent serious injury, Hearn insisted there is nothing for fans to be concerned about.

‘I said to Tony Bellew – it’s probably they’ve leaked that, because that’s the sort of thing they do,’ Hearn told IFL TV.

(Picture: Getty)

Tony 'The Bomber' Bellew




Source : https://metro.co.uk/2017/11/13/eddie-hearn-rubbishes-reports-david-haye-vs-tony-bellew-in-danger-of-cancellation-due-to-injury-7076111/

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