By Jack Wilson, courtesy of The Daily Star
TYSON FURY has launched a stunning four-letter attack on David Haye.
Former heavyweight world champion Haye twice pulled out of fights with Fury last year.
Fury was fuming at the time and he has hit out at Haye - again.
He said: "I've got a few things to say about David Haye.
"He's a f***ing b***h p***y who wouldn't fight Tyson Fury.
"Nostradamus over here said he'd pull out and he wouldn't fight me - and he did.
"If they offered me £20 million to go and fight David Haye, I'd tell him to go f*** his mother. I'm not interested."
Unbeaten Fury, 25, will meet Gonzalo Mora Basile at Copper Box in London on February 15 ahead of what is likely to be an eliminator for a WBO heavyweight title showdown with Dereck Chisora.
Chisora takes on American Kevin Johnson on the same card.
Fury saw off Chisora on points in 2011 but remains angry that he didn't get a chance to fight Wladimir Klitschko.
Wladimir is still fighting while his brother Vitali has now retired.
Fury said: "Vitali Klitschko? Good riddance to grandpa robot who was never any good and who would never fight any real opposition.
"He retired because he knew I was coming for him. That's that.
"Wladimir promised me and Del Boy a fight and I never got the fight with him.
"He's similar to David Haye but a bit worse. He likes to tie everyone up."
On the prospect of another meeting with Chisora, Fury added: "I see a lot of improvement in Dereck. He's a lot fitter and stronger.
"I hope it will be one of the great British heavyweight fights.
"I won in 2011 and that was a great fight, don't forget that one. This could be even better."