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David Haye and Tony Bellew do battle at the 02 on Saturday night
Haye and Bellew fight the second time at London’s 02 Arena in a rematch of the bout won by the Liverpudlian outsider in March last year. Londoner Haye is the odds-on favourite to win and get revenge over his rival, but Bellew will fancy his chances of another win. Thousands of fans will be in attendance at the 02, and many more will watch the fight around the world. In the UK, unless you are one of the 20,000 or so fans in attendance at the fight in London, the action is only available on Sky Box Office.
Here’s how to buy Sky Sports Box Office and stream and watch the action.
How to buy Sky Sports Box Office
Sky Sports Box Office is availble to stream or watch on the TV once purchased. Once payment is authorised and the channel is activated, Sky Sports Box Office will be available on Sky channel 491 and Sky Sports Box Office HD on Sky channel 492.
Sky subcribers can buy the fight using their remote control by going to channel 491 and following the on-screen infomation.
If can also be purchased online at sky.com/orderboxoffice for access either on TV or to stream off the website.
How much does Haye vs Bellew cost on Sky Sports Box Office?
The fight costs £19.95 in the UK with fight fans in the Republic of Ireland paying €24.95. The cost will rise to £24.95 / €29.95 (ROI) if ordered over the phone.
Haye vs Bellew highlights
The fight will be shown again in full on Sky Sports Box Office at 9am and 4pm on Sunday, May 6 at no extra cost. Tony Bellew and David Haye face each other in their long-awaited rematch tonight with Haye looking to avenge the defeat in the first fight.
Bellew beat injury-hit Haye in March last year before their planned rematch was cancelled last December. But the pair will meet for a second time at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday in front of thousands of fans.
Here’s how you can watch the big fight at home:
What TV channel will it be on?
The Bellew vs Haye fight is being shown on Sky Box Office in the UK, which is on channel 491 for standard definition and channel 492 for high definition.
How much will it cost to watch?
It will be £19.95, with a £5 increase for telephone bookings made on the day of the fight..
How can I watch the fight in the UK?
The fight is now available to purchase at £19.95 (£24.95 for telephone bookings on fight day).
For those with Sky:
Subscribers can purchase the fight online here, through their box or online the telephone – 03442 410 888. If you’re calling from the Republic of Ireland, it’s: 0818 220 225.
How can I live stream the fight?
With Sky Sports Box Office you can watch the fights live via your PC/Desktop/MAC, NOW TV box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or Android tablet.
It’s simple to sign up, pay and watch – create an account and pay at
What have they said?
Tony Bellew on the fight fight:
By getting the injury he just delayed the inevitable. The only thing I didn’t anticipate in that fight was him getting injured.
I anticipated everything coming but I didn’t think he was going to break down in that way. I thought he was going to tire and be so tired, I was going to put him to sleep.
What I didn’t anticipate was some fella going to the ropes and just lying there waiting for the big honey punch.
It might sound easy to deal with but it was very, very hard because if I put the shoe on the other foot, if I’d have just gone to the ropes and defended myself, he would get nothing off, I’d just defuse him.
I can go into this fight and barely take a shot but I’m not coming into this fight with that frame of mind because I’m coming in to win, so I’m going to have to take some stick on the way.
I’ve got a good boxing brain and I can adapt and adjust to any situation. If I use my brain and I make the right adjustments at the right times I’ll have rid of David Haye before the eighth round