Anthony Joshua has said David Haye’s defeat to Tony Bellew would not be the end of the former Cruiserweight champion’s career as he still has a lot to offer.
Haye who had earlier told Joshua he would fight him next was unable to defeat the same man who beat him last year as he was technically knocked out in the 5th round on Saturday at the 02 Arena.
Bellew was able to produce yet another impressive show to secure a sensational back-to-back stoppage win, 14 months after they last met in London.
Joshua who is a friend to Tony Bellew was at the 02 Arena and immediately after the match congratulated Bellew but when asked about what the future has for Haye, he quickly responded ” it’s definitely not over yet” for the former double category champion.
Said he, “in my opinion, even though it’s a young man’s game, there is still a lot more to come.”
Moments later Bellew was seen coming down the ring to meet Joshua, and AJ congratulated him for the emphatic win.
However, Haye failed to confirm if it was the last outing of his pro career but his camp will assess the fight to decide his future.