Date: 13th February 2017 at 4:58pm
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March 4th will be with us in a flash.

At the O2 Arena, in London, David Haye and Tony Bellew will climb into the ring together for a fight made at heavyweight.

The bout has all the potential to be a real grudge-fight with Bellew having called Haye out.

Many pundits are predicting that David Haye, with a record that reads 28-2 with 26 wins coming by knockout, will be too quick and punch too hard for Bellew.

But has David Haye under-estimated Bellew?

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Eddie Hearn has questioned the former world champions build up to the fight, remarking,

?There?s only a few weeks until David Haye and Tony Bellew get unleashed on each other on March 4 at The O2. There?s something about the preparations that has made me think.

?Haye, to judge from what I?ve seen and heard, seems to have been sunning himself in a variety of time zones while Bellew has been locked away in a Sheffield hotel, thinking only about their fight.?


Could in less than three weeks-time, Bellew spring a surprise?