Date: 22nd October 2017 at 1:35pm
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On December 17, David Haye and Tony Bellew will go head-to-head again.

The re-match will take place at the O2 Arena with Haye hoping to avenge the defeat Bellew inflicted upon him back in March.

Haye, who picked up a ruptured Achilles injury in the first fight, is confident that he will beat Bellew this time and that he will be back to his very best, remarking to the media,

?Bellew believes he?s taken my best but he hasn?t.

?My best would put him unconscious but I wasn?t in a position to land my best with my injury.

?Watching it on tape, I?d say it was the worst I?ve seen myself.

?I?ve never been that reckless, never missed so many punches and I deserved to lose. What a moron.

?Even if I had found some way to win I?d still be kicking my butt.

?I believe I?ve learned my lessons and you?ll see the David Haye who won world titles at cruiserweight and heavyweight.?

Will we or has age taken away that edge Haye once had?

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