David Haye has taking his trash talking with Tony Bellew to another whole new level, ahead of their grudge match.
The one time two-weight champion doesn’t just want an ordinary knockout on Tony Bellew, but will want to hit him again before he hits the carpet.
“I’m throwing three, four, five-punch combinations and he wouldn’t be able to take one of those,” Haye exclusively told Sky Sports.
“I’m looking at hitting him, knocking him out, and hitting him as he’s going down.
“We’re practicing hitting a falling target. You’re not allowed to hit someone on the floor but, if they’re falling, you can hit them.
“I really want a slo-mo, show-reel knockout. I don’t want him to quit on his stool, or go down with a body shot. I wouldn’t be happy with that.”
Tony Bellew has repeatedly criticised Haye’s training regime, with the heavyweight boxer recently returning from a training camp in Miami.
“If I was fighting Anthony Joshua, I would be doing exactly the same training, because I believe this works for me,” Haye said. “The training of old doesn’t work for me any more.”