Joseph Parker has ‘zero interest’ in fighting Tony Bellew on December 17




AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – NOVEMBER 08: New Zealand boxer Joseph Parker speaks to the media during a press conference at Duco Events Office on November 8, 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

Joseph Parker will not fight in December (Picture: Getty) Joseph Parker’s team have insisted their fighter has ‘zero interest’ in stepping in to replace David Haye against Tony Bellew. Haye cancelled his fight with Bellew this week after he fell down the stairs and tore a bicep. Bellew and Haye were scheduled to fight again on December 17 in London in a rematch of their March showdown. MORE: BOXING Watch: Tyson Fury calls out ‘b*****d’ Tony Bellew after shock David Haye injury blow Amir Khan explains why he is doing I’m a Celeb rather than fighting Kell Brook David Haye vs Tony Bellew is OFF: Haye postpones rematch after arm injury The Liverpudlian has repeatedly mentioned WBO champion Parker as a potential opponent, but the New Zealander is not interested in the fight at the moment. Parker’s team told Boxing News Online: ‘With the greatest amount of respect to Tony Bellew, we have zero interest in stepping in at short notice and replacing the injured David Haye on December 17




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