- Der Walk-In von Tony "Bomber" Bellew vor dem Boxkampf gegen David "Hayemaker" Haye. Den Fight gibt es komplett re-live auf rainford-foods.com. Erst vor ein paar Tagen erklärte Haye, dass er wieder fit ist und im Dezember in den Ring steigen will. Natürlich will er seine Niederlage gegen. David Haye Boxen im Ersten live am Samstag, 7. Der russische Riese kehrt zurück in den Ring: Am kommenden Samstag Musikalisch unterstützt wird Nikolai Valuev von "Sunrise Avenue": Zum Walk-in des Weltmeisters.
NachrichtenDavid Haye Boxen im Ersten live am Samstag, 7. Der russische Riese kehrt zurück in den Ring: Am kommenden Samstag Musikalisch unterstützt wird Nikolai Valuev von "Sunrise Avenue": Zum Walk-in des Weltmeisters. David Haye hatte gerade gegen Wladimir Klitschko geboxt und eindeutig Immer wieder ging Haye zu Boden und zeigte dem Ringrichter an. David Haye V Tony Bellew Heavyweight Contest At The O2 Arena London. David Haye Makes His Ring Walk Out For The Start Of The Fight. Tony Bellew Won.
David Haye Ring Walk Featured channels VideoDavid Haye Entrance (Valuev).avi David Haye V Tony Bellew Heavyweight Contest At The O2 Arena London. David Haye Makes His Ring Walk Out For The Start Of The Fight. Tony Bellew Won. Dieses Stockfoto: Boxen - Tony Bellew vs David Haye - O2 Arena, London, Großbritannien - 5. Mai David Haye während des Ringwalk Action Images via. - Der Walk-In von Tony "Bomber" Bellew vor dem Boxkampf gegen David "Hayemaker" Haye. Den Fight gibt es komplett re-live auf rainford-foods.com. Erst vor ein paar Tagen erklärte Haye, dass er wieder fit ist und im Dezember in den Ring steigen will. Natürlich will er seine Niederlage gegen.
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I needed to taste defeat. I needed to taste the pain of not sacrificing, I need to know. It was my humble pie.
You need to pay the price. I was the young, brash, future world champion reading all my own press clippings, believing I was the best thing since sliced bread and all I had to do was turn up and knock him out.
The closest I probably came to that was my last fight vs. Mormeck was the one that meant the most because he was considered numero uno in the cruiserweight division.
He was a shorter fighter who gets close and forces me to fight in close. I like to have space. I had to devise a game plan to slow that pace down, effectively break him down to the body in the first six rounds.
He can take it all day long and just walk you down. He did some damage to me. He put me down in Round 4 with a left hook but I was able to weather that storm and when Round 7 came it was time for me to start letting my hands go.
I was trying to average less than 25 or 30 punches a round in the first six rounds and then I was going to significantly increase the punch output from Round 7 to Going into the fight I knew his style was all wrong for me and I had to get it just right.
Maccarinelli was a highlight because it was unifying the belts. Mormeck held the WBC, WBA and Ring magazine belts, the IBF was stripped off him and I then won those belts and there was only one man who had another belt.
I had 25 tickets of about 6, at Mormeck. He hit me with a decent body shot and I knew it was hard. He had very quick hands. I wanted to use my superior athleticism and get the victory.
The best night was probably the biggest night. I remember watching Rocky IV when I was a small child, probably under 10, and it really resonated with me, the fact that Rocky was the underdog, he was a small guy, he went out to the mountains and trained on his own and he did all the old school training.
I must have watched it times. I formulated a game plan, implemented it, it was a tough training camp and he was a very awkward opponent and I had to fight the perfect performance; one bob instead of a weave or a duck when I should have dived and it would have been a different story.
It was very physically difficult but the game plan was to make it look easy. The game plan was to be supremely fit, to be able to move consistently, continually for 12 rounds, so I had to be more conditioned in my legs.
I put a little bit of weight on, I was pounds , about a stone 14 pounds over the cruiserweight limit, but I needed that extra weight to be able to absorb the punches and I needed to be able to make him pay any time I countered.
I had to gain his respect in the opening couple of rounds and I did with a big overhand right in the second which actually broke my knuckle.
I had to be a matador to the giant bull. He was a lot better than he looked. He was very effective, but I had to keep that distance, mix in big, hard feints with concussive shots and try not to miss and get tangled up.
It was more of an athletic performance rather than a fight. I had to use every athletic gift God gave me in terms of speed, reflexes, timing… All he could do was chase shadows all night.
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Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote. Ismail Abdoul, Belfast Tony Bellew. The O2 Arena, London, England. Arnold Gjergjaj.
Mark de Mori. Derek Chisora. Boleyn Ground , London, England. Wladimir Klitschko. Imtech Arena , Hamburg , Germany. For WBA Super , IBF , WBO , IBO , and The Ring heavyweight titles.
Audley Harrison. MEN Arena, Manchester, England. John Ruiz. MEN Arena , Manchester , England. Nikolai Valuev. Nuremberg Arena , Nuremberg , Germany.
Won WBA heavyweight title. Monte Barrett. Enzo Maccarinelli. The O2 Arena , London, England. Retained WBA Super , WBC, and The Ring cruiserweight titles; Won WBO cruiserweight title.
Jean-Marc Mormeck. Palais des sports Marcel-Cerdan, Paris , France. Won WBA Unified , WBC , and The Ring cruiserweight titles.
Tomasz Bonin. Wembley Arena, London, England. Giacobbe Fragomeni. York Hall, London, England. Retained European cruiserweight title.
Ismail Abdoul. Leisure Centre, Altrincham , England. Lasse Johansen. Alexander Gurov. Leisure Centre, Bracknell , England. Won European cruiserweight title.
Vincenzo Rossitto. Leisure Centre, Huddersfield , England. Glen Kelly. Magna Science Adventure Centre , Rotherham , England.The American strolled into the ring in Las Vegas last February wearing an extravagant pound costume. 10 Wilder claims his legs were weak by the time he had entered the ring Credit: Reuters. What time will David Haye and Tony Bellew have their ring walk on Saturday night? The two fighters will make their way down to the ring at approximately pm UK time as they headline the year's. David Haye's return to the ring. That Haye – a former cruiserweight and heavyweight world champion – has opted to fight Australian Mark de Mori on the free-to-air channel poses a number of. 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 commentary team mentioning this, as well as the post-fight interviewer. David Haye makes his way to the ring at The O2 for his clash with Tony Bellew.