Watch David Haye vs Tony Bellew at The O2 on March 4, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
The key fact to remember in this match-up is that Bellew, the reigning WBC world cruiserweight champion, is moving up to heavyweight. I would never even think about it, let alone say it. "This time around I will get it right".
"He's clinging on to me being a broken man, for his confidence", Haye said of Bellew, who queried why Haye had recently traveled to Munich to see a doctor.
David Haye will come under scrutiny for his use of the term "f****** retards" as he lashed out at fans of his opponent Tony Bellew during a highly charged press conference in Liverpool.
He said: "I've prepared for the most powerful version of David Haye". When I was a kid playing rugby I wanted to break their spine when I tackled them, it's just how I am.
Considering the fact that a punch was thrown past year when the pair came face-to-face, measures have been taken to ensure that no repeat of such pre-fight violence takes place.
"I said from the start I don't want this fight".
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Taylor is set for a hectic 2017 schedule, with Saturday night's bout set to be the first of three fights in the space of two months before further dates are confirmed. I guess the British boxing public would still purchase the fight, but I don't think it would be a good fight at all. I've prepared for a fight an absolute dog-fight, he's been preparing for a fight in a creche. I wouldn't be surprised if Bellew turns it into a dirty fight with him nailing Haye low, and then teeing off on him quickly while he's bent over.
Bellew is a Marmite character. you either like him of you loathe him; an arrogant Scouse big-mouth or a family man with a deep knowledge of his chosen sport.
'Unless he has had a brain transplant, a body transplant and has got a new chin, he will get knocked out early, really early'.
"I honestly can't see how Bellew can win if he's going to make it a dogfight".
The 36-year-old former WBA heavyweight champion of the world also gave a disturbing insight into his frame of mind.
Liverpool's Bellew, 34, won the cruiserweight belt against Ilungu Makabu at Goodison Park last May and defended successfully against BJ Flores in October.
"I'm going to smash your f*cking head in and you know it", exclaimed Haye. After all, Hearn has built him up as the best heavyweight in the division.