Sport Parker: Haye is 'business'

22:13  13 september  2017
22:13  13 september  2017 Source:   skysports.com

David Haye: All terms agreed for Tony Bellew rematch

  David Haye: All terms agreed for Tony Bellew rematch David Haye says all terms have been agreed between his camp and Tony Bellew's for the pair to meet again in the ring. The British pair fought at heavyweight in March at London's O2 Arena, with Haye being defeated in the 11th round. The 36-year-old said in a message on Instagram on Tuesday: "It has taken months of negotiating but both teams have finally agreed ALL terms for #HayeBellew2."I'm ready to go, but after all his big talk, will Bellew put pen to paper? #RevengeorRepeat."Reports have suggested the rematch is set to take place at the O2 on December 17.

WBO heavyweight champion Parker "looks up to" Haye , whose gym he is using to prepare for next weekend's defence against Hughie Fury. "We respect each other but when it's time for business , it's time for business ," Parker exclusively told Sky Sports about Haye .

heavyweight title against Joseph Parker rather than a rematch with domestic rival David Haye Tony 'Bomber' Bellew upset David Haye in his first fight at heavyweight in March He admits there is 'unfinished business ' with Haye but would rather fight Parker WBO world heavyweight champion Joseph Parker than pursue a rematch with David Haye .

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Joseph Parker says that his “respect” for David Haye will not get in the way of “business” if a major fight presents itself between them.

WBO heavyweight champion Parker "looks up to" Haye, whose gym he is using to prepare for next weekend's defence against Hughie Fury.

"We respect each other but when it's time for business, it's time for business," Parker exclusively told Sky Sports about Haye.

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"A lot of boxers get along well. But if you have to fight each other, then leave that relationship behind.

Haye and Bellew agree terms for heavyweight re-match at O2 Arena in December

  Haye and Bellew agree terms for heavyweight re-match at O2 Arena in December David Haye and Tony Bellew have agreed terms for a heavyweight re-match at London's 02 Arena on December 17, Press Association Sport understands. Neither fighter has yet signed the contract for a fight that unusually has been scheduled for a Sunday, but both are satisfied with the terms involved and an announcement is expected next week.The 36-year-old Haye earlier this week wrote on social media: "It's taken months of negotiating but teams have finally agreed all terms for Haye-Bellew II. Will Bellew put pen to paper?"Bellew, 34, responded: "I don't really feel like talking to be honest.

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There is unfinished business with Haye , but in all honesty I love the thought of becoming heavyweight champion of the world, so my preference will be Parker .

"I would be happy to fight him. David is someone that I look up to. I watched his fights growing up. It would be great to fight him in the future, if it makes sense."

Former world heavyweight champion Haye is currently rehabilitating a torn Achilles suffered in March's defeat to Tony Bellew before finalising his return to the ring.

"David has done everything he can to make sure he's ready for whatever situation he's in," Parker said. "His ankle is a lot better now. He's trying to prevent any injuries going into fights.

"I see him training hard and he's got world title ambitions. In due time, we'll see."

New Zealand's Parker revealed that he will permanently relocate to London after aiming to extend his unbeaten record to 24-0 at Fury's expense.

David Haye and Tony Bellew set for rematch in December

  David Haye and Tony Bellew set for rematch in December David Haye and Tony Bellew are expected to agree a deal for a rematch fight at the 02 Arena in London on Sunday December 17th, according to a report from Riath Al-Samarrai of The Mail. The duo fought back in March with Bellew coming out victorious, although the fact that Haye suffered a bad Achilles injury mid-fight did take away from the spectacle. Talks about a possible rematch seemed to have come to a halt but it looks like a deal has been agreed for both fighters to step into the ring on a rare Sunday evening show. The build up to the first fight between the English duo was dominated by plenty of bad blood, with insults flying left, right and centre. The public really bought into the rivalry and the show was a huge success as Haye made £4.2million and Bellew made £2.8m. The likelihood is that the purse for the rematch will be closer to 50/50, with official confirmation set to come in the next few days.

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"Hughie uses the ring nicely, he has good movement, and he's quite awkward," Parker said. "His defence is good because he's just so awkward.

"His weakness? Once he gets onto the ropes it's the perfect time to attack. He tires because there's a lot of movement. His chin is up in the air.

"He hasn't been challenged by the same level of opponents as I have. I'm now fighting at 100 per cent.

"He should have taken me the first time because now I feel a lot different. I'm a lot better now.

"People will see a big change. In the past two fights I wasn't happy with my performances so it's time to make a statement, and show everyone the real power that I have.

"I'll smash Hughie, KO him, and move forward."

Trainer Don Charles aims to get ‘even’ with David Haye over broken jaw incident .
Charles was injured when Dereck Chisora and Haye clashed in their pre-fight press conference in 2012.In his promoter’s guise, Haye has ambitiously matched Joyce with respected domestic heavyweight Ian Lewison in a match-up that represents a significant risk, even for a 2016 Olympic silver medallist.

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