David Haye vs. Tony Bellew

Big Brawler vs. Big Boxer

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  • Dave

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Good demo of the value of headmovement.

  • Chris

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Very entertaining. Boxers are the guys that are always on top and making the most money. Even Foreman and Tyson had great skill, although many considered them brawlers. Tyson was a tremendously skilled boxer in his prime.

    Thanks for the post Trav, Very entertaining, as are all your posts are.

  • Richard

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Video won’t play in the UK. Blocked by sky sports due to copyright infringement ?

  • Ted Joern

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    how about “injured vs healthy”


    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Looks like corn rows beat himself by throwing too many empty punches, and wearing himself out while his opponent spent his energy more wisely by dodging punches and only throwing punches that were likely to land…

  • Eugene J Mullens Jr.

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Terrific example! Love watching the skillfully trained nervous system in action.
    Might’ve chosen Haye in the “eye test”, but Bellew owned the “practical exam” indeed.

    He would’ve been a fun match-up for Roy Jones Jr. back in the HW/John Ruiz phase.

    I choose dancing skills over scary physique.
    All that mass MUST rest after it’s been ATP-sapped.

    Thanks Trav.

  • john

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    gassed…..im gassed…surprised he made it so far

  • Anto

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    I know you are a wooden plank and I usually like your stuff but to show this bout is ridiculous. Hayes snapped his achilles and enentually retired from the bout. Don’t Put up videos without giving proper background.

  • Amir Bahrami

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    None can fight forever (unless dying while still fighting!). But they should live with the brain damages caused by heavy punches in the head.

  • C.W.

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Either guy would be a dangerous person in street fight.

  • Cee Boodrow

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Two words…..
    It’s truly a beautiful thing….. Where is it in MMA?
    I KNOW I KNOW….bobbing and weaving like Tyson will prolly earn you a few head kicks BUT isn’t that something that should still be used in MMA? Head movement? Not many have much lol.
    BTW great video. As usual ?
    Usually if you recommend it I’m all in. I can’t remember a time you’ve disappointed yet truth fully.
    Thank you and you are one awesome dude.
    Quite funny too haha
    Peace brotha ✌

  • Darren

    Reply Reply October 20, 2017

    Nice of you to recognise this fight Trav. I was there at the O2 arena in London, Bellew is a big Everton fan as you can see from his part in the film Creed and the atmosphere was electric with loads of northerners down to watch the fight. I have tickets for the re match on Dec 17th also ??….. Keep the great vids coming..

  • Leon ellis

    Reply Reply October 21, 2017

    You forgot to mention in round 6…David Haye’s Achilles heal snapped! And still carried on

  • Iñigo

    Reply Reply October 21, 2017

    How beautiful boxing is, I enjoy it more each day.

  • Oliver Laurie

    Reply Reply October 21, 2017

    Hello Trav, I can’t watch this video as Sky tv has blocked it on Copywrite grounds

  • enzo

    Reply Reply October 21, 2017

    Vid not playing. ‘This video contains content from sky sports, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds’

  • Charles

    Reply Reply October 21, 2017

    Something I’ve never understood: How do professional fighters absorb, and seemingly shake off, the kind of head blows that appear to drop an individual involved in a “street fight” instantly, and often (as viewed in numerous videos) render them out cold”? Doesn’t add up… Anybody share an insight?

  • Freddy

    Reply Reply October 21, 2017

    Good fight, thanks man

  • tom

    Reply Reply October 22, 2017

    I get it. He avoided punches and won due to exhausting the other guy’s haymakers.
    Interesting fight.
    Hard to watch how many missed opportunities there were. No uppercuts, no lateral movement, no body shots or angles…. just hooks and a few pointless crosses.

    Give me his size and weight dude and damn, that’d be a totally different and shorter fight. Not really boxing IMO other than homeboy doing some great head movement. Still… he ran out of luck a lot of time while the other guy had his left side wide open and was as predictable as hipster’s fashion sense.

  • Mike Reilly

    Reply Reply October 22, 2017

    That’s a hard watch for me. I at times couldn’t tell who’s the boxer or brawler bc the guy with the black…everything looked at times where he was both. And the same with the other guy. I really didn’t see anything special in their styles but “Jolly O” in blue took some hard shots. It was great sportsmanship on both sides. Trav you should do a straight up footwork video. But if you studied certain dudes and the 3 I’m suggesting are for boxing Vasyl Lomachenko , Muay Thai Saechia and MMA Cody Garbrandt. Cody amazed me against Dominic. Nobody was able to do that. My Main Bjj coach was Master Lloyd Irvin before going with one of his students who opened a gym I loved, it was my church. But Dom beat Uriah to get what he already earned in WEC and he was with Master Lloyd at that point and it blew my mind that he gave him his blue belt after the fight like before he was interviewed. That’s made me think like he’s got to be special to get the title as a white belt where Uriah has a great guillotine and is a good submission guy. But Cody flattened him and in a mockery after a knock down copied his footwork. I bought your head movement video and just haven’t got to it bc I’m still watching the leg lock download. That’s the best leg lock video ever in my opinion. It was better than D. Listers and I really like that one. But yours has locks that made me literally think “wow how didn’t I ever see that? and some I thought were Genius that I never would’ve found on my own. The one that is named after your submission teacher Dan Gable right? My memory sucks, forgive me but I kind of didn’t want anyone else in the world to pay attention to bc I wanted it for myself.lol But as always I learn something from every video you give and sell. Very knowledgeable beyond your years and I’m grateful. I think with this video of the interview a British guy could just talk “bout hes Mum” and sound intelligent. I’m a savage so the “gentlemen behavior” of particular individual Brits who button their shirts into light blood chokes, who even laugh odd to me just annoy the shit out of me. My favorite British people are Reggie Kray and all but 1 out of 70 of Ronnie Krays moods. I like Bronson and the guy called the “Governor”, bareknuckle boxers. There’s another bareknuckle boxer I like but can’t remember his name. Anyway just thoughts, suggestions, gratitude and a look into my psyche. Take care sir

  • Stephen

    Reply Reply October 25, 2017

    Thanks for the vid Trav.
    I honestly thought with all those punches Bellow dodged he would have thrown more counters ? At times they were both swinging for the fields.
    Also at the end Tony Bellow didn’t seem like he wanted ANYTHING to do with the guys that came into the ring to hug him ?

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply October 28, 2017


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