Haye did land a huge right in the fourth, but it did not put a dent in the WBC cruiserweight champion.
Haye damaged his ankle in the 11-round stoppage and was put down twice before bravely carrying on, despite only appearing to be fighting on one leg.
Bellew broke his right hand during the fight.
"I cop him with my best punch, he's going to sleep".
"This is quite simply a must-see fight", said Adam Smith, Sky Sports' Head of Boxing Two of the biggest personalities and punchers in world boxing will collide in a cracking confrontation which has everything. Those guys likely aren't going to suffer a freak injury like the one Haye suffered.
"Warner Brothers contact me every now and again. The build-up will be electric as will fight night, I like millions of fight fans around the world can not wait!" I've never been in a fight like that before. I gave it my best shot and my best wasn't good enough tonight'. "He said on the final day of camp, "I can't believe how physically strong you are". "I'm at his mercy - I can't think of world titles now".
The build-up to the fight was dominated by trash-talking between the pair but they were respectful of each other afterwards and a rematch could even be on the cards. "It felt like a Rocky film in there". That's if Hearn doesn't get Bellew a title shot against one of the champions. Coldwell did say, though, that in his opinion Joseph Parker is "the weak link" as far as the reigning heavyweight champions go.
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" I've looked up to David almost all my career as I like the way he fights and even though I've beaten him I still don't think I'm as good as him".
Whereas Haye wants a rematch - on his conqueror's terms and in Liverpool if he chooses - Hearn suggested that a workout against the less threatening New Zealander Joseph Parker was not out of the question for Bellew.
Haye, 36, is adamant that the fight is as one-sided as a Floyd Mayweather bout. Haye was beating Bellew with his jab alone through 5 rounds.
However, Haye refused to quit and both boxers exchanged respect in the ninth round. Bellew took over, and ended up winning based off the injury.
Former Everton skipper Sylvan Distin also made it to the fight, with Bellew even admitting that he sorted the Frenchman out with his ticket. Bellew can't do much because Haye's reach is better and his hand speed superior. "I just wanted him to get up". Parker's a fight I can win, so's the Wilder fight.
Bellew added: "We'll evaluate everything on Monday morning, but the salt and pepper are on my side of the table next time because I've just come down to his back yard".
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