May 2, 2018
May 2, 2018
Tony Bellew vs David Haye undercard

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Tony Bellew vs David Haye undercard line up

Paul Butler vs Emmanuel Rodriguez – IBF Bantamweight title

Butler attempts to recapture the title he never lost in the ring having previously beaten Stuart Hall for the strap in June 2014. The undefeated Rodriguez is challenging for his first world title after 17 straight wins.
Butler is a former IBF super-flyweight world title challenger but suffered an eighth round stoppage to Zolani Tete in 2015.

Martin J Ward vs James Tennyson – European Super-Featherweight title

Undefeated in 19 bouts since he debuted in September 2012, Ward makes the first defence of the title he won against Juli Giner in December 2017 against former British title challenger Tennyson.
In September 2016 Ward defeated Andy Townend for the British title and would go on to defend it three times, also beating Anthony Cacace for the Commonwealth strap along the way.

Lenroy Thomas vs Joe Joyce – Commonwealth Heavyweight title

Former Olympic Silver Medalist, Joyce, who is promoted by David 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.
Joyce debuted in October 2017 when he stopped former Dillian Whyte opponent and British title challenger Ian Lewison in eight rounds.

The ‘Juggernaut’ is coming off a destructive 40 second knockout of Donnie Palmer in his last outing and despite only having three fights the Londoner competed in 15 World Boxing Series (WSB) bouts winning 13.

John Ryder vs 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.

Ryder dispatched Patrick Nielsen in his last outing which was on the undercard of Cox’s loss to Groves.

Tony Bellew vs David Haye undercard

Joshua Buatsi v TBC 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.