David Haye has claimed that he is in the 'shape of his life' as he prepares for his eagerly anticipated heavyweight rematch with Tony Bellew.
Haye and Bellew will do battle at the O2 Arena on Saturday, May 5 just over a year on from their previous encounter.
In March 2017 Bellew stopped Haye when the latter's corner threw in the towel and the London fighter will be especially determined to prevail on this occasion.
Haye certainly appears in good shape going into the bout and, speaking in an Instagram video, made a bold claim regarding his fitness.
He said: 'I've just finished a hardcore session, April 29, just six days before facing Tony Bellew.
"I'm in the shape of my life.
"One more session after this, taper down.
"Believe me, make sure you tune in to Sky Box Office."
The 37-year-old has been undergoing his final preparations for the fight and is very confident that he will come out on top.
Bellew, meanwhile, has won his last nine fights in succession and will certainly represent a tough challenge for Haye to overcome.
Bellew has been in confident mood ahead of the fight and claimed that he will win within eight rounds on Saturday.
Haye, though, certainly won't give up easily and it will be intriguing to see who succeeds.
It will be recalled that Bellew recorded an 11th round TKO win over Haye in March 2017.
Caption: Bellew (right) lands a punch on the body of Haye during their first meeting in March 2017. Both boxers are set for a showdownat the O2 Arena, on Saturday, in a rematch.