David Haye vs Tony Bellew Fight Date, Time & Tickets Details

The much awaited heavyweight clash between bitter rivals David Haye and Tony Bellew is finally confirmed. The all-British non-title heavyweight fight will take place at The O2 in London on 4th March 2016. The fight ignited between two from the day when WBC cruiserweight champion Bellew taunted former world heavyweight champion Haye after defending his title by knocking out BJ Flores in Liverpool in October 2016. David Haye vs Tony Bellew fight date and tickets sales date are announced officially.

The bout will take place in March but the verbal fight between these two boxers already started. After the announcement of the fight, Bellew said, “I cop him with my best punch, he’s going to sleep.” Haye said, “He is completely delusional if he thinks he can beat me.”

David Haye vs Tony Bellew Fight Date, Time & Tickets

The former two-weight world champion at cruiserweight and heavyweight, Haye returned to the ring this January after three-and-a-half-year absence with a first round knockout win over Mark De Mori and second round knockout win over Arnold Gjergjaj in May. Bellew won the WBC cruiserweight title with third-round knock out against Ilunga Makabu at Goodison Park in May.

David Haye vs Tony Bellew Fight Date & Details

DATE Saturday, 4 March 2017
TIME 07:00 pm UK time
VENUE O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom.
BROADCASTER  Sky Sports Box Office (PPV)

The fight will be a will SkySports PPV and it will be broadcasted live in the UK by SkySports Box Office. The PPV card will feature some undercard fights which will be announced in January 017.

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David Haye vs Tony Bellew Fight Tickets

The fight tickets of one of the biggest fight in British boxing will go on sale from Wednesday, 30th November 2016. To know prices or to buy tickets you can visit the official website of O2 Arena (theo2.co.uk/events/detail/davidhaye). The tickets are expected to sold out soon due to fight popularity. So go and grab your tickets because the arena has the only capacity to hold 20,000 peoples.

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