Jay from 'The Inbetweeners' interrupts Tony Bellew, David Haye press conference

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Anthony Joshua has shared his thoughts on the upcoming rematch between David Haye and Tony Bellew. This time around it may not be as controversial. I've kept my game-plan under wraps, but it's to do as much damage over the first six rounds. "Then I'll step it up from round seven to 12".

The two fighters posed for photos after the conference before going head-to-head for the final time, and it took just a matter of seconds before security stepped in.

Bellew vowed to end Haye's career in brutal fashion.

"David wants to carry on fighting but I've dropped him". He would love nothing more than to knock every tooth out of my mouth, don't be fooled, the mask comes off on Saturday. I will do anything to win and you will see.

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The O2 arena will play host to this career defining match-up on Saturday night, in a bout that promises either "Revenge or Repeat". "What matters is that you end on Saturday night".

Good thing Jay was on hand at today's presser.

Haye spun his baseball cap backwards so that he could get up close and personal with his rival and Bellew didn't appreciate it as he gave "The Hayemaker" an almighty shove. An outburst from Moralee at Monday's press conference led to him being compared to The Inbetweeners character Will McKenzie. Bringing with him a briefcase and a pair of glasses, the moment provided a short relief from the serious nature of the event as a whole.

Dressed as "Jay", Buckley told Bellew to stop picking on his friend before challenging the former WBC cruiserweight champion to "pick on somebody his own size", in reference to himself.