Tony Bellew

Bellew vows to end Fury's career as Haye rematch set for May

Former cruiserweight world champion Bellew and ex-heavyweight title holder Haye had been due to renew their rivalry on December 17, only for the fight to be postponed after the latter tore his bicep in an accident on a stairwell.

Bellew claimed a stunning victory in their first meeting on March 4, defying the odds as Haye was rendered immobile by an ankle injury, leading his corner to throw in the towel in the 11th round.

Parker's 40% cut 'dreaming'

That's the view of fellow Brit Tony Bellew who has delivered a personal column where he dishes out his harsh realities for New Zealand's WBO heavyweight champion.

The handlers of Parker and Joshua are locked in negotiations for a unification fight.

Bellew has penned his column ahead of his juicy rematch with David Haye in London next month.

Bellew noted the injury rumours around Haye and said he would be happy to switch his attention to Parker if the Haye fight fell over.

Parker my preferred fight- Tony Bellew

Parker defends his title for the second time when he makes his long-awaited UK debut against Fury in Manchester on September 23.

Bellew, a world cruiserweight champion who stunned fellow British heavyweight David Haye last March, is back in training and eyeing his options.

He has ruled out a rematch with Haye. He likes the money involved in a fight with unbeaten world light-heavyweight champion Andre Ward but says Parker's belt tops his list.