Haye kämpfte im Überlebensmodus und Bellew lies sich Zeit, die passende Tony Bellew ist mit noch mehr Biss in den Kampf gegangen als beim ersten mal. gegen einen aus der TOP 10 von Boxrec wird es so nicht mehr. Tony Bellew (* November in Liverpool) ist ein ehemaliger britischer Profiboxer und Tony Bellew Boxer. Daten Quelltext bearbeiten]. BoxRec-Profil. Für Tony Bellew, der nach seinem zweiten Sieg gegen Haye nun auf Platz 4 der Weltrangliste auf BoxRec steht, wäre Fury wohl die erste Wahl.
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October 15th, Tony Bellew Vs Nathan Cleverly On October 15th, , Bellew took on and was defeated by Nathan Cleverly in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to Oleksandr Usyk David Haye Bj Flores Ilunga Makabu Mateusz Masternak Arturs Kulikauskis Ivica Bacurin Nathan Cleverly Julio Cesar Dos Santos Best Wins.
David Haye 4 Mar, The Case for Bellew: Apart from any physical aspects of the fight, Bellew can feel some mental comfort. Usyk is the fighter presumed to have bigger things ahead; the greater pressure is his.
He uses his jab well and is good at setting traps when he goes backwards. In the moments where Usyk comes to him, it could create countering chances.
That performance hinted at an elite fighter waking up to their prime. They love their have-a-go neighbour here. But the boxing community had been won over also by Bellew's courage in making a last throw of the dice against one of the most formidable of today's world champions.
Crolla played his part by setting too fast and furious a pace for Indonesian contender Daud Yordan as he ran away with a unanimous decision - on the cards of all three judges - which notionally sets him up for another WBA world lightweight title shot.
But even as Crolla was putting the finishing touches to his evening's work the loudest cheers thus far came as pictures of Bellew in his dressing room and ready to go appeared on the big screens.
No doubt it helped that he was decked out — gumshield and all - in Everton blue not Liverpool red. Bomber bedlam broke out as he entered the arena, taking his place on a spot-lit plinth with sirens wailing before jogging the last yards to the ring for the final time.
Jeers accompanied Usyk on his journey but he is accustomed to fighting in hostile environments thousands of miles from home. For good measure he crossed himself before glaring balefully at the crowd.
After all the talk the first minutes were cagey and it was Bellew who went onto the attack first. There was barely so much as southpaw jab from Usyk as Bellew took the opener, almost by default.
Bellew steps into the ring ahead of his fight against the undefeated Ukrainian on Saturday night in Manchester. Bellew walks out to the ring from his dressing room as the excited fans take pictures of the man of the moment.
The champion got that right working in the second and Bellew showed his temper when Usyk laughed when clipped. Each landed on big shot but Usyk was the busier.
Bellew had threatened to show he was on the evasive as Usyk came looking for behind that jab. It was still cagey and Bellew just edged the third with a late flurry.
Dillian Whyte. Going into the twelfth round, Bellew was winning by one round. Bellew won the fight via UD, with scores of —, and — twice to capture the European title.
Makabu was scheduled to fight Drozd, only for the Russian to pull out with an injury, prompting the WBC to strip him. This was the first time Flores challenged for a major world title, having previously fought for an interim title and the IBO title.
After an even first round, the second round produced more action as Bellew hit Flores with a low blow. The referee did not see this as below the belt, however, Flores stopped for a few seconds to motion the referee that he had been hit with a low blow.
Whilst doing so, Bellew piled on more pressure, eventually knocking Flores down. Bellew knocked Flores down a further two times in round two, securing a 10—6 round in his favour.
After a fourth knockdown in round three, Flores failed to beat the referee's count, declaring Bellew the winner via KO and making a first successful defence of his WBC title.
Following the win, Bellew called out former Cruiserweight and heavyweight world champion David Haye, who was ringside, repeating that he was next.
Referring to Haye as ' SpongeBob ', Bellew carried on the verbal assault in the post-fight interview using profanity and taunting Haye, stating he has been 'conning the British public' since he announced his comeback.
Eddie Hearn claimed the fight could take place at heavyweight or at cruiserweight for Bellew's WBC title. Due to the fight being at heavyweight, Bellew's WBC cruiserweight title was not on the line.
At the first press conference on 30 November, a fight broke out as Bellew and Haye went face to face and it appeared on the replay, Haye had managed to land a left hook on Bellew, leaving a mark.
Both fighters were then separated before going their own ways. Bellew then took control of the fight as Haye opted to continue.
Bellew knocked Haye down and out of the ropes late in the eleventh round. Bellew credited Haye for his bravery, while Haye refused to blame his injury and stated that Bellew was "by far the better fighter", though stated that he wanted a rematch.
He also revealed he broke his hand in the early rounds. On 14 March, Hearn said that Bellew would fight again in , a day later, he told Sky Sports that Bellew may need surgery on his broken hand which could see him out of action for up to five months.
This also meant the winner between Marco Huck and Mairis Briedis on 1 April would become new world champion and not interim, as it was initially announced.
In June , Bellew stated that he would next fight in either November or December Parker was his main interest. In July , Bellew admitted that a potential fight with widely regarded pound for pound number one fighter and unified light-heavyweight champion Andre Ward was of interest and the teams of the respective fighters were currently in negotiations.
He said, "It's taken months of negotiating but teams have finally agreed all terms for Haye-Bellew 2.
Will Bellew put pen to paper? Now leave me alone with my family please. I'll see you soon enough! Bellew claimed the rematch wasn't personal any more, just business and hoping to dedicate a win to his late brother-in-law, who had died in August.
Haye stated that Bellew wouldn't win the lottery twice. Like the first fight, it was scheduled to be shown live on Sky Box Office.
On 20 November, it was reported that Haye had injured his arm and forced to pull out of the fight. In a statement, Haye said, "I am devastated to announce my much-anticipated rematch against Tony Bellew has been postponed until 24 March or 5 May, subject to scheduling.
It was believed that the injury occurred during a stair conditioning session. Fury is big, long and very, very clever in that ring. There's no way that I'd be interested in that fight.
Bellew also came in lighter Bellew knocked Haye down three times, eventually winning the fight via TKO in round five.
Haye started the opening two rounds using his jab, leaving a mark around Bellew's right eye. As round three began, both boxers started getting closer and unloading power shots.
As Haye started to step backwards around the ring, Bellew landed clean, dropping Haye. At this point it appeared Haye may have injured his ankle, with the Sky Sports commentary team mentioning this, as well as the post-fight interviewer.
Haye later denied he was injured. Bellew then dropped Haye again with a hard combination. Bellew came out cautiously in round four, still wary of Haye's power.
In round five, both traded punches, but it was a left hook from Bellew that dropped Haye a third time. Haye managed to beat the count again, not long before Bellew started unloading a barrage of punches.
With Haye against the ropes, referee Howard Foster stepped in at 2 minutes 14 seconds, giving Bellew his second stoppage win over Haye. Bellew went on to dedicate the win to Ashley, his brother-in-law, who had died in August He also mentioned Andre Ward, who his team had brief negotiations with in Haye stated he would review the tapes and see what went wrong.
When asked who he would like to fight next, Usyk said, "At this time I have heard that Tony Bellew wants to fight the winner of the Muhammad Ali Trophy.
I hope he will see me talking I will eat more spaghetti for my dinner! Bellew believed a fight at heavyweight would not be as appealing as he would not gain much with a win.
Bellew also stated it would be his last fight as a professional. Bellew fight. According to Hearn, the fight was likely to be pushed back to Prior to negotiations, Bellew stated the fight must happen in Bellew fight was announced to take place on 10 November at the Manchester Arena , live and exclusive on Sky Box Office.
On fight night, Usyk, who is usually a slow starter, eventually took full control of the bout and stopped Bellew in round eight to retain all the cruiserweight belts.
The official time of the stoppage was at 2 minutes of round eight. There was very little action in round one as both boxers showed each other respect.
Due to the lack of action, the crowd began to boo towards the end of the round. Overall, Usyk landed just three jabs and Bellew landed one power shot.
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