Here is all you need to know about Saturday night’s event.
12 three-minute rounds in the heavyweight division.
The fight will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 491 (SD), channel 492 (HD on Sky) at 6pm, expect the main event at 10.30pm, time depending on the length of the earlier bouts on the undercard.
How much does it cost?
UK – £19.95
Republic of Ireland – €24.95
You can also watch the fight on PC/Desktop/MAC, NOW TV Box, NOW TV Smart Stick, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet. You will have to create an account and pay from:www.skysports.com/boxofficelive
You download the Sky Box Office from either the Apple or Play Store and view across either your iPhone, iPad, Android Phone or Android Tablet.
Fight card- The rundown
Tony Bellew v David Haye – 12 rounds Heavyweight
A rematch from their previous main-event encounter 14 months ago (March 4 2017) where Bellew won via a stoppage in round 11 after Haye suffered a ruptured achilles in the sixth round.
Paul Butler v Emmanuel Rodriguez – 12 rounds IBF Bantamweight title
Butler attempts to capture the title he never lost having previously beat Stuart Hall for the strap in June 2014. The undefeated Rodriguez is challenging for his first world title after 17 straight wins.
Martin J Ward v James Tennyson- 12 rounds European Super-Featherweight title
Undefeated in 19 bouts Ward makes the first defence of his title he won against Juli Giner in December 2017 against former British title challenger Tennyson.
John Ryder v Jamie Cox – 12 rounds Super-Middleweight
Former world title challenger Cox competes in his second bout since defeat against WBA champion George Groves as he takes on three time British title challenger Ryder.
Joshua Buatsi v Stephane Cuevas – 8 rounds Light-Heavyweight
Olympic bronze medallist Buatsi is competing in his sixth contest since turning professional in July 2017 with three knockouts already to his name.
Lenroy Thomas v Joe Joyce – Commonwealth Heavyweight title
Olympic silver medallist, Joyce, who is promoted by Haye, challenges for his first professional title in just his fourth fight against current holder Lenroy Thomas who won the strap against Dave Allen in May 2017.
Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell is a late addition to the card and look out for Jordan Gill.