Date: 2nd April 2017 at 2:11pm
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After his win over David Haye a win that proved that Tony Bellew does have a place in the heavyweight shake-up, the Liverpool fighter seemed a little unsure of his future.

The brutal nature of the Haye fight whereby his opponent suffered a ruptured Achilles heel and Bellew himself broke his hand, the inference was bandied about that retirement might be in the offering, with Bellew stating that he was, courtesy of the Haye fight, financially secure.

But, with his WBC title now gone, although he has preferential status as the WBC Emeritus Champion, it appears the urge to return to the ring could be returning.

In fact, the vibes are that will fight on three more occasions with the fighter remarking to the media,

?I?m going to go away for a little break with my family and when I get back I?ll have news.

?Three, because I?ll win the heavyweight championship and I would need two fights to unify the cruiserweight championship, so that?s why.’

That?s a tough schedule Bellew has set himself, but we?re putting nothing past him after that 11th round stoppage of David Haye.