Bellew (literally) beat Flores to keep the cruiserweight title.
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Britain's Tony Bellew retained his World Boxing Council cruiserweight title with a third-round stoppage of B.J. Flores Saturday and then promptly charged out of the ring at Liverpool's Echo Arena to confront David Haye.Liverpool boxer Bellew floored Flores three times in the second round before seeing off his American challenger in the next.Bellew then turned his attention to onetime sparring partner Haye, a former cruiserweight and heavyweight world champion.Flores traded punches with Bellew, a fan of Liverpool's Everton football team who won the world title with a knockout of Ilunga Makabu at the club's Goodison Park ground in May.
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