Thanks man. It's only a speculative bet. I'm giving Tony Bellew absolutely no chance in this fight and I actually fear for his safety. I can see the ref jumping in and he'll be stopped on his feet like against Adonis Stevenson. The ref knows what's going to happen; everyone does. Bellew is slow, has limited ability and is overmatched in every way.Good luck with your bet BadReligion
Interesting watching the press conference in Liverpool this week to see how wound up Haye is by Bellew. Whilst I think there's a massive gap between the two in talent I do think Bellew has won the mind games.
It won't save him though, I like Haye in rounds 1-3 with target='_blank' href='http://olbg.info/6/L3/D/words'>Betfair> at a price of 21/10.
Incidentally, Haye was intimidated in all the verbal exchanges when he was scheduled to fight Fury a few years ago. He pulled out of that because he knew Fury would use his size and skill to dominate him like Klitschko. This time he is full of confidence. Would Haye have accepted this fight if there was even a slim chance he could lose. I think not.