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Fury: Haye, Stay Quiet - You Blew The Klitschko Fight!

London - British boxer Tyson Fury has said that he is the man who can defeat the Klitschkos, and not David Haye. After Londoner Haye lost the WBA belt to Wladimir on points in July, Fury insisted that he is Britain's best hope of beating either of the Klitschkos, The Sun reports.

Twenty-three-year-old unbeaten British champ Fury claimed Haye should not bother boxing any more after announcing this week that he would extend his planned retirement in October by six months if Vitali gave him a shot at his WBC crown.

"Haye should stay quiet. There's not enough room in this country for two big heavyweights. I've got more of a chance of fighting Klitschko next than he has," he said. "There's no interest in Haye anymore - he had his chance and blew it. I'm younger, hungrier and bigger than Haye. I'll come out to fight Klitschko unlike what Haye did."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by codey on 09-17-2011

Fury has the size to beat the kiltschko but not so much the skill. still a long journey for em.

Comment by Kilrain on 09-17-2011

Haye would decimate this pug.

Comment by croz on 09-17-2011

LOL I wanna see Adamek vs Haye before Haye vs Vitali

Comment by knockoutkid on 09-17-2011

Haye would break a nail and call it off. Haye belongs on strictly come dancing.

Comment by UglyPug on 09-17-2011

[QUOTE=hugh grant;11152426]Fury said he was bigger than haye, but a bit reluctant to say better than haye. Well i suppose if he does better against the klitschos that also makes him better than haye.[/QUOTE] HUGH! err, ahh im just so…

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