Bellew was the shock victor when the two met for their first fight, dominating the opening rounds until Haye damaged his achilles tendon in the 6th and fought on with the injury until the towel was thrown in late on.
You really can't write this stuff.
A few boos greeted Bellew's entrance to the ring, but "The Bomber" paid little attention to Haye's London support, and gave a brief display of the nimble movement and sharp reflexes that confounded his foe in the first fight.
Fans of the show will get the reference but all things considered, it was a rather weird turn of events, to say the least.
The former world cruiserweight king takes on bitter rival David Haye in a rematch at the O2 on Saturday night.
"I don't know why he wanted to get that close to me". I just didn't see that coming.
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And he also pocketed around £3m when he beat Haye in March previous year to set him up for life.
The ever confident Bellew spoke to Sky Sports regarding his chances in the upcoming bout, and said: "He looks good, his team are confident, like last time, but we will see".
Bellew pushed Haye into the throat as the pair went face to face earlier today which prompted security and both men's promoters Eddie Hearn and Richard Schaefer to step in right away.
"At some point she will say, "Stop it now, I'm not asking anymore, I'm telling you". What matters is that you end on Saturday night".
While an underdog, Bellew is understandably the A side for the rematch due to the fact that he came out on top last time around.
I am looking and bringing this fight as long as it can go, said Haye, defying his reputation as a devastating early finisher of fights, and few will expect him to pass up the opportunity of a swift knockout.