The former Wbc Cw champion Tony Bellew entered this fight with a pro record of 29-2-1 (19 knockouts) while his opponent, the former world champion in two different weight classes David Haye, has an official boxing record of 28-3-0 (26 KOs=93%). Both boxers are not ranked as they haven’t fought since March 4, 2017 when ‘Bomber’ Bellew defeated ‘Hayemaker’ in their first bout, via tko in eleven round (Haye suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in the sixth period while Bellew broke is hand – David Haye vs Tony Bellew I). Before their first fight Tony suffered his last loss against Adonis Stevenson in 2013 (Stevenson vs Bellew) but then he had won eight consecutive fights while David was defeated by Wladimir Klitschko in 2011 (Klitschko vs Haye) and then collected three victories. Bellew vs Haye 2 is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Where: O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom
Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)
Their previous fight: David Haye vs Tony Bellew I
Bellew’s next fight: Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew
Haye’s next fight: David Haye vs Joe Fournier
Bellew vs Haye 2 full fight video:
10 comments on “Tony Bellew vs David Haye 2 full fight Video – 2018”
Nice combinations from Bellew
Bellew would beat Joshua. He has heart and Joshua doesn’t. Wilder would beat both of them.
You never watched AJ climb off the canvas to beat Wlad then? If that wasn’t heart then i don’t know what is. Wilder was very lucky not to lose to a 39 year old Ortiz in his last fight…… i reckon Bellew would beat him, Joshua would beat both.
So wilder got lucky with Ortiz, when he knocked Ortiz down twice and he didn’t once get knocked down himself. But AJ who was losing that fight and had already once been knocked down, didn’t get lucky. Ok sure
If there’s one thing that Joshua has is heart, after that Klitschko fight he absolutely proved himself. Bellew, on the other hand, has never fought any real opposition besides Adonis Stevenson, who, as you know, knocked him out. Don’t get me wrong, Bellew isn’t bad, he’s a decent and strong fighter, but he’s not elite by any chance.
Fun little scrap! Haye now realizes what everybody else knew years ago. His hayeday is long over.
Amusingly, Boxrec now has Tony Bellew at No. 4 off this win, ahead of the more deserving Miller and Ortiz.
I wonder if he’ll push his luck as a heavyweight. He might be able to move fast enough to outpoint (say) Parker, Breazeale or Whyte, but that’s about it. The other guys aren’t wounded ducks like Haye. Most of them can hit a lot harder than Adonis Stevenson who Bellew will remember.
The Stevenson fight is pretty much irrelevant as Bellew was clearly never a light heavyweight. He looks emaciated in those days and had not much power. I agree about the other heavyweights though. Bellew is not a big enough to cause Joshua or Wilder harm.
loss of concentration and underestimation of the opponent are fatal in the box
Haye had won the first two rounds, then Tony punished him
Haye is living proof on how NOT to train when ur a professional boxer.
Weight lifters always look good but they can’t even do 30 pushups. When
you’ve been a world champ and ur approaching 40 understand that ur not
past ur peak, ur IN ur peak but u train differently. Guys like Herschell
Walker (look him up) train differently but can still dominate. Training
hard doesn’t equate to training WELL.
Haye had the fight under control and had Bellew in the corner and then showboated to the centre of the ring letting Bellew off the hook. Haye also has an open left hand side as he holds his gloves down around his waist. Bellew took his chances and showed that youth and skill will allways outsmart old age and cunning. Still a watchable contest. As to the future I do not think that Bellew is up with Ortiz, Baby, Wilder or Joshua, he might be on a par with parker,
will have to wait and see.