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Tony Bellew has put himself in contention for a shot at world heavyweight champions Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker, according to promoter Eddie Hearn.Bellew, the WBC world cruiserweight champion, stepped up a division to stop British rival David Haye in the eleventh round of a non-title heavyweight fight.It was an upset win that leaves Bellew with plenty of options after Haye was stopped for the first time since 2004 in his third career defeat.Hearn believes that Bellew's future is now at heavyweight and is confident of making home fights against either American Wilder, the WBC champion, or New Zealand's WBO title-holder Parker, who defends his title against Briton Hughie Fury on May 6 .
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