Betting odds for the David Haye vs. Tony Bellew rematch that will be taking place at London's O2 Arena this Saturday, May 5th.
Current online betting odds have David Haye as the (-250) favorite with Tony Bellew as a (+175) underdog.
- Odds for Haye to win by KO (-138)
- Odds for Haye to win by Decision (+500)
- Odds for Bellew to win by KO (+350)
- Odds for Bellew to win by Decision (+550)
- Odds for Draw (+2500)
David Haye was roughly a (-500) or 5-to-1 favorite to win their first fight. However, as most boxing fans are aware of, Bellew was able to get an upset victory after Haye suffered an Achilles tendon injury early on in the contest.
Haye is still favored in the rematch, though at only (-250) this time around. Part of the reasoning that Haye is still favored is because Bellew was only able to get the win because of Haye's injury.
You have to figure that if both fighters were healthy, then Haye should be able to easily get the victory over Bellew, who is not a true heavyweight. In fact, Haye was basically hobbling around on one foot and Bellew still had difficulty getting the stoppage, which came after Haye's corner threw in the towel in Round 11. That was 5 rounds after his ankle gave out.
The major question is: How will Haye's ankle hold up for this fight? His Achilles was badly damaged and required emergency surgery after the fight. This will be his first appearance in the ring since the surgery. Neither boxer has fought since the first meeting in March of 2017.