David Haye Ready To Call Tyson Fury's Bluff on Fight
By Edward Chaykovsky
Former two-division world champion David Haye (26-2, 24KOs) has changed his position on a possible fight with Tyson Fury (21-0, 15KOs). Month after month, Fury has blasted Haye on the social networks and promised to knock the former heavyweight champion out.
Haye's manager and trainer, Adam Booth, told The Sun they are ready to make the fight this year. Haye has a scheduled return on June 29th in Manchester against a yet to be determined opponent.
“It would be a huge event anywhere in the country. It wouldn’t matter if it was London or at a Manchester football stadium. It would be massive. I am waiting to make contact with Fury’s promoter to see if the interest expressed in some of Fury’s comments about David are genuine or just hot air from a young fighter,” Booth said.
“I’ve read Fury wants the fight, he says he can knock out David, so let’s see if we can make it happen.”
ALL of my points on Haye by KO if this fight happens with any of you Fury fans that may want it. PM me if you want it. Haye is all wrong for Fury. It ends EARLY.Comment by NoLove on 04-25-2013
Can't wait for the odds on Haye in three rounds.Comment by Gojira on 04-25-2013
If you believe Fury could beat Haye then you are an idiot who knows little about Boxing.Comment by MASTER1454 on 04-25-2013
[QUOTE=andrewa1;13291675]Haye Fury would be a great, interesting fight. Cunningham has different attributes then Haye, much less power, but more savy and arguably speed, and Haye is even smaller and chinnier than Cunningham. Fury seems to take more care when he…Comment by MASTER1454 on 04-25-2013
[QUOTE=$Natedatpkid$;13289723]LMAO Here goes Haye cherry picking again[/QUOTE] How? Explain...... [QUOTE=The Weebler II;13289694]Worth a watch if you're interested in a breakdown of Fury v Haye/Klitschko, Dwyer picks Fury against Haye and Pulev because of his footspeed allowing him to get in…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (76)