Tony Bellew has continued his quarrel of disproportion with David Haye by claiming that Haye does not a stomach to go a stretch when they strife in 2017.
The dual British boxers, who have a mutual dislike of any other, will go toe-to-toe on Mar 4 and Bellew, a stream WBC cruiserweight champion, is assured that he will be a one who comes out on top.
“What we will tell we is, if this quarrel goes past 4 rounds, he’s going to quit,” Bellew said.
“At some stage, it will get too tough and he will quit. He hasn’t got a quarrel in him anymore.
“I adore fighting. we am not 100 per cent in a head, we suffer carrying a fight.
“We will see on Mar 4, where it happens, when it happens, though we contingency highlight when we hit out David Haye on Mar 4 – we am afterwards a best heavyweight in a universe outward of them champions.
“Just let that penetrate in and consider about where do we go from there.”
Despite his confidence, Bellew is entirely wakeful of how dangerous Haye can be, adding: “He’s a best heavyweight in a universe outward of a champions. There is no debating that whatsoever.
“If we can drag him to a second half of a quarrel and to a low waters, we will drown him, we will win easy, though we don’t consider it will get that far.
“I do trust this quarrel could be a four-round shootout and we am underneath no illusions if he catches me purify in a initial 4 rounds we am going to have to get off a building to win, though make no mistake he’s going to have to do a same thing.
“The large disproportion between me and him, he hasn’t got it in him to get off a floor.”
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