David Haye wants to make statement to heavyweight rivals

David Haye claims he needs an "explosive" victory over Tony Bellew on Saturday to send a warning to the rest of the heavyweight division.

Haye is gunning for revenge when then the pair face off at The O2 Arena after he was knocked out by his rival when they were last in the ring.

However, the 37-year-old was badly hampered by an Achilles injury and wants an emphatic win in London to make the likes of Anthony Joshua take notice.

He told Betfair : “Victory isn’t good enough, it has to be explosive, it has to be dynamic and I have to make a statement to the rest of the heavyweights on the planet.

"They need to know after this victory that I am a force to be reckoned with.”

Haye took Bellew for granted in their first fight but insists he’s leaving nothing to chance this time around.

“The training camp has gone perfectly, I’m healthy, I’m in good shape and my timing is good,” he added.

“In the first fight, I was sloppy, and my timing was out but, unfortunately for Tony Bellew, this time I’m razor sharp."

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