The fighters shared the stage for a final time ahead of Saturday's clash at The O2, live on Sky Sports Box Office, and Haye tipped the scales at 15st 10lbs 2oz, looking leaner than the 16st 9oz he weighed for the first bout.
Bellew, who won last year's bout at the same venue with an 11th-round stoppage, came in at 15st 4oz on the eve of the fight - around three pounds lighter than before, compared to four pounds for his opponents.
There was no repeat of Bellew's shove on Haye at Thursday's news conference, but the duo exchanged words during another tense stare off.
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"Styles make fights, I'm here to show who has the better attributes in a boxing ring - I'm better".
"With those muscles, those attractive abdominals, that sharp haircut, those big pectorals - I'm sure it was him!"
Haye has had to overcome Achilles and bicep injuries ahead of the rematch, but the 37-year-old insists he is fighting fit ahead of the O2 Arena showdown.
Bellew made no secret of his desire to come in a little bit lighter for the rematch as he felt he made a mistake last time around.