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Anthony Joshua Backs David Haye To Defeat Tyson Fury

Olympic super-heavyweight gold medallist Anthony Joshua is being tipped to turn professional later this year, a move that will likely see him labelled the heir apparent by experts up and down the country. But, before he makes the leap, Joshua, along with the rest of the nation, will sit and watch the September 28 heavyweight showdown between David Haye and Tyson Fury through inquisitive eyes.

Call it inspiration, call it a peak into the future - Joshua is excited by the fight, and has already picked his side.

“Fury will put up a good fight and I see the public loving it — but I think Haye will win," the 6'6 Olympian told The Sun.

“They will come out, not shy of each other, not shy of trading shots, but Haye will get the win due to his experience. There will be fireworks and good luck to the both of them.”

*** Tickets for Haye vs. Fury can be purchased now by calling 0844 847 800 or by visiting eventim.co.uk ***

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dlee020420 on 07-22-2013

Haye throws a pretty good overhand right and that's exactly the punch Cunningham caught Fury with when he dropped him... it seems to be the only punch haye was able to land on klitschko... haye will drop fury early and…

Comment by Mayweather41-0 on 07-22-2013

Haye is going to kill Fury but more importantly when is this Joshua kid going pro and who is he signing with? I would love to see Deontay Wilder face Haye after he wins this fight.

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