🚨 Tony Bellew names the fighter who hit him the hardest in his career

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Tony Bellew finished his career with a record of 30-3-1.

Earlier in his career he fought the big punching Adonis Stevenson and was stopped as he challenged for the Light heavyweight title.

‘The Bomber’ himself scored 20 KOs in his career and secured the WBC heavyweight cruiserweight title in style when he iced Ilunga Makabu at his beloved Goodison Park.

Following that he then chased a huge showdown with David Haye, with the Liverpudlian shocking many by sending ‘The Hayemaker’ into retirement.

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Bellew revealed that Haye was the biggest puncher he faced in his career despite being well passed his best.

“Haye was the one who had the most power. I’m certain on that,” said Bellew when speaking to DAZN.

“Stevenson hit me hard, but I was in there that night without much resistance because of the weight struggles. He could certainly punch.

“I knew Haye’s power was going to be a problem from when I sparred him, and he really could bang. There’ll be many fighters who fought Haye who’ll tell you all about how much power he had.”

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