Price per head services can see that the Welsh fighter is more than happy to face him again after his decision to move to cruiserweight – something that fans all over the world would certainly not mind seeing.
In October 2011, pay per head sportsbooks saw that the pair fought at light-heavyweight in Liverpool, with Cleverly winning a majority decision.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Bellew was constantly asking for a rematch, and on Saturday, after his cruiserweight debut win over Valery Brudov, the fighter decided to mock his rival’s maths degree and said that he was tired of hearing his name mentioned.
Cleverly and pay per head sportsbooks saw it unfold on Fight Night Live and the fighter did not waste any time on Ringside in giving his opinion.
“I was watching at home and was actually laughing at the TV,” he said.
“It’s all good fun and I take it with a pinch of salt basically. But when it happens, he’s going to get spanked again.
“I think Tony’s only chance to beat me was in that fight in Liverpool.
“I was 24, I went into the fight at several weeks’ notice, in his backyard and that was his best chance of beating me.
“Now I’m at cruiserweight, I am 27 and I’m not yet at my peak but heading towards it.
“I am going to destroy this guy when we fight again.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks know that Cleverly did not fight since August 2013, when he lost his light-heavyweight title to Sergey Kovalev, and he took a break from the sport. However, now he is ready for his debut at cruiserweight, and next week will make an announcement, leaving fans all over the world eagerly anticipating this showdown.