David Haye should not fight again after Tony Bellew defeat - Steve Bunce

David Haye should not fight again after Tony Bellew defeat - Steve Bunce

David Haye should not fight again after Tony Bellew defeat - Steve Bunce

The achilles injury that Haye suffered in the first fight appeared to cause him problems once again, particular after Bellew felled him in the third round.

Tony Bellew once again repeated his heroics against David Haye with a fifth-round knockout in their heavyweight rematch at London's O2 Arena.

Bellew, 35, is not a true heavyweight, and while struggling until landing the fight-changing right hand that put Haye down in the third, he then exposed his rival as shot.

Froch was on commentary duty for Sky Sports and he delivered a line after the fight that paints a sad picture of where Haye's career lies.

Both men were given the same £2.5m guarantee in their first fight, although Haye reportedly came away with a whopping £4.2m.

It is unclear on who Bellew will face next, with a number of potential opponents including Andre Ward, Dillian Whyte and Tyson Fury the three names that are being thrown around the most.

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"I'm fully healthy. Tony did what he needed to do to get the win". I'm not saying I would have beaten him in Dusseldorf when he beat Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.

"It's hard when you have had your defining moment", he said of their rematch, "but I like fighting and I like challenges".

Haye had hoped a win on Saturday might propel him to a lucrative bout with Britain's reigning world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, but that dream was ended in brutal fashion by Bellew.

Haye's aim had been to fight the division's best again after last doing so when he lost the WBA world heavyweight title on points in a unification fight with Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko in 2011.

"Don't detract from his career - he's an awesome fighter and will go down in history better than I ever will". "I won't go on too long, but I ain't stopping now". Defended an attack from Haye before counter punching, putting the Londoner down on the canvas twice before he was saved by the bell.

The pair had been painted as enemies in the build-up - particularly before the first fight - but the respect flowed in the aftermath of Bellew's famous double.

Bellew revealed that he's talked to Ward about the possibility of the American coming out of retirement but he also said that he would like to fight Tyson Fury and that he believes he can "flatline" the former world heavyweight champion. I want to beat them.

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