David Haye Enters Saturday's Fight as 1/7 FavouritePublished on February 28th, 2017 4:17 pm EST
David Haye will square off against Tony Bellew at the O2 Arena this weekend in Greenwich, London.
David "Hayemaker" Haye enters this fight with a 28-2-0 record, with 26 of his wins coming via knockout. Haye has won his last three fights in a row, including victories over Arnold Gjergjaj, Mark de Mori and Derek Chisora. Haye's most recent loss came against Wladimir Klitschko in July of 2011, where he lost via unanimous decision. Haye's other career loss came in 2009, when he was knocked out by Carl Thompson.
Tony Bellew enters this fight with a record of 28-2-1 and is currently in the midst of a long eight fight winning streak. Bellew's most recent victory came against BJ Flores in October of 2016. Bellew's two career losses have come at the hands of Adonis Stevenson and Nathan Cleverly.
18 of Bellew's wins have come via KO.
David Haye enters this fight as the clear favourite to win - here is a look at the betting odds:
David Haye, 1/7
Tony Bellew, 9/2
The method of victory odds:
David Haye by KO, TKO or DQ - 2/7
Tony Bellew by KO, TKO or DQ - 13/2
David Haye by Decision - 6/1
Tony Bellew by Decision - 16/1
Draw - 28/1
Finally, the total rounds odds:
Over 5.5 Rounds, 10/11
Under 5.5 Rounds, 4/5
There are plenty of different round betting options available, though 5.5 rounds is the line that is used by most sports books for this fight.
Expect fireworks in this fight - according to the oddsmakers, this fight should not last long.