How to watch Haye vs Bellew: When is Haye vs Bellew?

The grudge match will take place on Saturday 4 March at the O2 in London.

Haye, now out of retirement, will take on current WBC crusierwight champ Bellew who recently starred in Rocky spinoff Creed.

The pair will enter the ring around 10:30pm GMT, with the fight to start shortly after.

How to watch Haye vs Bellew: What channel is Haye vs Bellew on?

The Haye Bellew fight will be shown exclusively Sky Sports Box Office. This is a pay per view option that is available to you even if you aren’t a Sky customer.

For those who have Sky, you can pay to view the match straight from your Sky Box.

How to watch Haye vs Bellew if you’re a Sky customer

Up until midnight on 3 March the fight will cost a one-off payment of £16.95 for UK customers. Prices vary for the rest of the world up to £21.95.

To buy the match simply press box office on your Sky TV or Sky Q Box, then select sports and event. Your payment information will be saved, so you just type your Sky PIN to buy. Easy!

Full details on how to book can be found here on Sky’s website

How to watch Haye vs Bellew if you don’t have Sky

You can still stream the fight online if you don’t have Sky TV. All you need to do is visit https://skyboxoffice.neulion.com/ and click Buy Event.

You can watch it from that same website, through the Sky Sports Box office app on phone or tablet or you can stream it on your NOW TV box, if you have one.

How to watch Haye vs Bellew using a VPN outside the UK

If you are outside the UK and want to watch the fight on a UK Sky service, you can do so using a VPN (virtual private network). A VPN is a simple way to set your browser to a specific geographic location, thus being able to access geographically restricted content.

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