Date: 13th November 2016 at 1:01pm
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The verbal spat that saw, following his successful defence of his WBC cruiserweight title against BJ Flores, Tony Bellew challenge David Haye to a fight, seems a while ago.

However, it appears that negotiations have been on-going between the two parties to try and get the fight together.

Unfortunately it seems that ?money? is set to foil any chance of this particular grudge match taking part.

Bellew who was part of the Sky Sports team covering the promotion in Monte Carlo last night, has shed light on the problem being encountered, revealing,

?I will not be bullied in the negotiations, simple as that. There are talks but my career does not revolve around him.

?Haye is annoying me, his demands are ridiculous. I?m not going to be pushed into anything.

?I will not be spoken down to, berated or belittled. I will not have my pants pulled down.

?I understand my own position, I know what I am worth, what I bring to the table.

?The demands and squabbling can be a bit pathetic. I leave the business to the businessmen.

?I am the WBC world cruiserweight champion, I have won it and defended it.

?And I have bounced two guys on to the ground who have never hit the floor before.?

Will this one happen?

I seriously doubt it, but you just never know!


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