Bellew vs Haye 2: Tony Bellew addresses future after second win over David Haye
Last Updated: 06/05/18 9:12am
Tony Bellew questioned who he could fight next – insisting he wants to face a "mega star".
Bellew stopped David Haye in five rounds of their rematch in London on Saturday, but explained how he would need a special opponent to tempt him back into the ring.
"Me and Dillian [Whyte] have had words over the years," Bellew said post-fight. "Dillian is a good fighter. It's a hard fight. But it's for nothing.
"I need a world title or a big, huge name. He [Whyte] did well against Lucas Browne but I need a mega star."
Bellew toyed with challenging then-WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker after he first beat Haye, and has since explained how he could beat Tyson Fury.
The former WBC cruiserweight champion also has an eye on the World Boxing Super Series final between Oleksandr Usyk and Murat Gassiev, which will create an undisputed titleholder for the division.
"I don't know. It's been a great journey but I don't know where it will go," Bellew said.
"I'm a walking Super Series - every fight I'm in is the Super Series!
"Usyk, Gassiev, Andre Ward? You name them, I keep beating them. Just give me someone."
Bellew also spoke about his personal emotion at beating Haye after losing a family member.