Tony Bellew has restored his war of words with David Haye in front of their December rematch, guaranteeing the Hayemaker is a ‘plant pot’ he is ‘anticipating punching in the face’.
The two Britons will impact again at London’s O2 Arena on December 17, nine months after Bellew stunned the boxing scene and ceased a harmed Haye in 11 rounds.
The development to their first battle was damaged by ill will and junk talk between the two contenders, who at that point grasped in the ring. Furthermore, a month and a half before they reestablish their contention, the Bomber has guaranteed Haye ‘disdains him in each and every way.’
‘He (Haye) can’t stand me,’ Bellew told TalkSport. ‘He can’t look me in the face. He ought to have chipped away at Saturday on the AJ (Anthony Joshua) battle, yet he wouldn’t be there on the grounds that I was there.
‘He disdains me in each and every way that is available. He doesn’t trust I’m even on an indistinguishable level from him.
‘I haven’t generally got any contempt towards David Haye, I simply believe he’s a plant pot! I’m anticipating punching him in the face.’
Bellew, a previous cruiserweight best on the planet, climbed to heavyweight without precedent for his vocation to go up against Haye at the O2 in March.
The Hayemaker had anticipated he would thump the Liverpool contender ‘oblivious’ when they met in the ring. Be that as it may, in the wake of agony Achilles damage Haye surrendered to an eleventh round stoppage and the third annihilation of his profession.