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The highly-anticipated rematch between David Haye and Tony Bellew will air live on Sky Sports Box Office.

The fight takes place on Sunday 17th December at London's O2 arena.

Haye and Bellew last fought in March, when Bellew won by TKO in the 11th round. It was a close-run thing, with Bellew able to capitalise on Haye's achilles injury that he picked up in the sixth round.

It was Bellew's biggest victory to date.

"This is one of the most eagerly anticipated fights in recent times, as arch rivals Tony Bellew and David Haye lock horns again in a pre-Christmas cracker," said Adam Smith, Sky Sports' head of boxing.

"It's a rematch which should provide everything – a fiery build-up, compelling action mixed with an uncertain, unpredictable outcome. Will Bellew be able to dig that deep a second time and prevail as an underdog again? Can Haye's body hold up, having shaken off any physical and mental scars to surely come in lighter and faster?

"It's the ultimate battle – repeat or revenge?"

In recent months, Sky Sports has also shown Andre Ward vs Sergey Kovalev, James DeGale vs Badou Jack and Carl Frampton vs Leo Santa Cruz. Sky Sports Box Office has been home to such huge matches as Joshua vs Klitschko and Mayweather vs McGregor.

The pay-per-view channel will also show Anthony Joshua's World Heavyweight title defence against the Bulgarian Kubarat Pulev on 28th October.

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