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Tony Bellew Stopped David Haye In Round 5 To Win The Rematch At O2 Arena

Tony Bellew once again pretty much outclassed David Haye who did not looked fully fit from the start on Saturday night at O2 Arena in London. In this highly anticipated match, Bellew looked in control from the start and he dropped David Haye three times before referee eventually stopped the fight in round 5.

Bellew had David Haye dropped twice in round three and from than on there was only one outcome even through Haye kept going bravely.

Bellew again dropped Haye in round 5 and it looked like all over but David Haye got up but his legs were gone and Bellew tried to finish him off immediately after the drop but referee jumped in and stopped the fight. After this devastating defeat, sure this is the end for Haye who again looked unfit which was a shame because first fight between the two had similar scenario.

David Haye is set to take on Tony Bellew in what will be a massive fight in the United Kingdom on Saturday, 05 May 2018 at the London’s O2 Arena. This will be the rematch to last year’s Bellew win over Haye where former heavyweight champion David Haye injured his ankle but he kept going till the round 11 when Haye’s corner finally threw in the towel. The build up to the rematch has been pretty underwhelming compared to first fight but if Haye is fully fit we can expect some fireworks this weekend. The fight will be shown live on SkySports’s PPV channel “Sky Sports Box Office” and will be priced at around £19.95 for UK customers.

David Haye vs Tony Bellew II Live TV Coverage Details: There are atleast 4 quality fights on the undercard of Haye vs Bellew 2 which include the likes of Paul Butler v Emmanuel Rodriguez, Lenroy Thomas vs Joe Joyce, Martin Joseph Ward v James Tennyson and John Ryder v Jamie Cox. The coverage begins at around 06:00 p.m on SkySports 1 with couple of preliminary fights before it goes to encryption at around 07:00 p.m and only PPV buyers can watch from than on. Below is the entire fight night schedule and when you can expect the ring walk for main-event.

David Haye vs Tony Bellew 2 Fight Night Schedule
Coverage starts Coverage begins at around 06:00 p.m uk time on SkySports 1 with preliminary fights.
John Ryder v Jamie Cox (Super-Middleweight, 12 round) 07:30 p.m uk time (from this time coverage goes to encryption only for PPV buyers on Sky Box Office)
Martin Ward v James Tennyson (European & international featherweight titles) 08:20 p.m uk time
Lenroy Thomas vs Joe Joyce (commonwealth Heavyweight title) 09:10 p.m uk time
Paul Butler v Emmanuel Rodriguez (IBF Bantamweight title fight) 10:10 p.m uk time
David Haye v Tony Bellew (Main-Event) Expect main-event ring walks at around 11:20 p.m uk time

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Sky Box Office usually have top notch coverage for their PPV events and we can expect another great night of boxing. If you are located in the UK, you can order the PPV at Sky ( priced at £16.95 / €21.95. While US viewers can watch the fight live on Showtime (non-PPV) where coverage starts at around 13:00 eastern time.

If you are located in countries where there is no coverage, we will have more information on how you can watch the fight live couple of days before it all begins. So stay tune and check back later for international broadcasting details.

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