Tony Bellew and David Haye will settle their feud once and for all when the rivals meet in a career-defining clash, live and exclusive via pay-per-view on Sky Sports Box Office.
The pair might have ended their first fight on friendly terms but there will be nothing but animosity between them at London’s O2, London, on Saturday, May 5.
Despite trading blows over 11 rounds a year ago, an air of uncertainty still casts a shadow over one of Britain’s biggest boxing rivalries and questions remain unanswered.
The proud Merseysider Bellew won via TKO after Bellew took control of the bout following Haye’s injury to his ankle in the sixth round, but Bellew held out the possibility of a rematch immediately after winning the the first fight.
Careers, reputation and legacies will all be on the line and all could be both tainted and enhanced in an instant, as the pair look to make the final chapter of their respective tumultuous careers the best yet.
A strong support cast to the main event will also be on display at The O2 with Paul Butler seeking to become a two-time bantamweight world champion as he takes on Puerto Rican Emmanuel Rodriguez.
Rising heavyweight contender Joe Joyce takes on Commonwealth champion Lenroy Thomas in just his fourth pro outing, while fellow Rio 2016 Olympic medallist Joshua Buatsi also features.
You can now book the Sky Sports Box Office showdown between Tony Bellew and David Haye. The online facilities and phone lines are up and running, giving you the chance to buy the heavyweight showdown.
Details of how to watch the big fight on the box can be found below or via Sky Sports’ dedicated website skysports.com/hayebellew.
Fans can now book the Sky Sports Box Office showdown between Tony Bellew and David Haye, with comprehensive coverage throughout the week building up to the pay-per-view encounter.
Live and exclusive coverage of a bumper night of boxing starts at 6.00pm on Saturday, 5 May, on Sky Sports Box Office (Sky channel 491, HD channel 492), with coverage presented from ringside by Anna Woolhouse.
She will be joined by Sky Sports regulars Carl Froch and Johnny Nelson, plus various special guests throughout the night, while Adam Smith leads the commentary team and Andy Scott will get the latest reaction and interviews from ringside.
Undercard fights include Paul Butler v Emmanuel Rodriguez (Vacant IBF Bantamweight Title), Lenroy Thomas v Joe Joyce (Commonwealth Heavyweight Title), Martin J Ward v James Tennyson (European Super-Featherweight Title), John Ryder v Jamie Cox (12 Rounds Super-Middleweight) and Joshua Buatsi v Stephane Cuevas (8 Rounds Light-Heavyweight).
There are multiple ways to book the event, which is priced at £19.95 for UK customers, up until Midnight, Friday, 4 May. Thereafter £19.95 across all “self-service” bookings (remote control / online) if booked via the phone (either IVR or agent), but note an additional £2 booking fee if via an agent still applies.
Two repeat showings of the entire fight night will be shown at 9am and 4pm on Sunday, 6 May, also priced at £19.95.
Sky customers can book the fight via remote control on their Sky+ or Sky Q devices, online via my.sky.com/orderboxoffice, or by phone – 03442 410888 – although here may be a £2 booking fee for telephone bookings.
For Sky Q customers with access to UHD, the live main event only will available to watch in Ultra High Definition.
Virgin Media cable customers can order the fight by accessing the live events section via remote control.
Prior to fight night, Sky Sports TV, online and Sky Sports News will get boxing fans in the mood with a host of preview programming throughout the week – CLICK HERE for more details.
Then on Friday from 1pm, the crucial weigh-in will be streamed live at skysports.com/hayebellew and also broadcast on Sky Sports Action, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports News, with a further preview show at 7.00pm on Sky Sports Action.
Watch Tony Bellew v David Haye 2 live only on Sky Sports Box Office. Book the event online here.
SATURDAY 5th MAY
BELLEW v HAYE 2