New Customer Offer: 25/1 on Haye
Frank Monkhouse | 4 March 2017
Knockout price boost in Saturday’s big fight
One of the most talked about British fights in recent years goes ahead at the 02 Arena in London on Saturday as David Haye and Tony Bellew go toe-to-toe over 12-rounds. No title is needed here, some fights are bigger than belts, and if this one lives up to the drama already seen in the build-up, we are in for an explosive night.
We are marking the occasion with our latest new customer offer, giving a staggering 25/1 on David Haye to beat Tony Bellew. The Hayemaker promised to smash his opponent’s jaw in a heated press conference this week, which threatened to boil over, but it doesn’t matter if he wins by KO or not. If the former heavyweight world champion gets the victory – you get the big price!
To take advantage of this enhancement, simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Haye beats Bellew, you will receive your £/€25 winnings in free bets.
It has been a long time since we have seen Londoner David Haye in with a lively opponent, and who can forget the toothless display against Wladimir Klitschko back in 2011 when blaming a broken toe for the poor performance? Almost four years out of the ring did him little favours, and his two fights back have been awful. Tony Bellew has been much more active, winning each of his last eight. We want Haye to win, and we want you to get the big price winner. But if it doesn’t happen, we’ll help make up for it by giving you a £/€5 free bet to use however you like.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 2nd March and 22:30 GMT on Saturday 4th March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Haye’s experience will pay
Many casual fans forget David Haye completely dominated the cruiserweight division – Bellew’s natural class – before moving up to heavy. He has not done too badly at the maximum limit either, doing British boxing proud with a dramatic points win over giant Nikolay Valuev in 2009 to win the WBA world title.
Haye goes into this grudge match with an 87 per cent knockout average. Wow! He has taken each of his last three opponents out inside five rounds, while opponent Tony Bellew was sparked in six when stepping up in class to face big-hitting Adonis Stevenson in 2013. Haye’s power, and experience at heavyweight, will be the difference, making our price boost unmissable.