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David Haye throws punch at opponent Tony Bellew in press conference

BBC Sport Wednesday, 30 November 2016
David Haye throws punch at opponent Tony Bellew in press conferenceFormer WBA heavyweight champion David Haye throws a punch at Tony Bellew during a press conference to promote their fight.
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Haye, the former WBA champion, displayed an uncharacteristic lack of composure throughout, angrily insulting promoter Eddie Hearn and Bellew's trainer David Coldwell, as well as his opponent.

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