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Fury To Haye: You Stink The Place Out and Blame Your Toe

Heavyweight juggernauts David 'The Hayemaker' Haye and Tyson Fury will battle it out for bragging rights and a whole lot more on Saturday, September 28 at the Manchester Arena.

Their coming together marks not only the most important heavyweight encounter of 2013, but also the biggest fight staged in Britain for many, many years. And, given the world-ranked pair's outspoken nature and ability to score eye-catching knockouts, this heavyweight showdown is likely to live long in the memory.

The 32-year-old Haye is a hard-hitting former WBA heavyweight champion of the world, as well as the former WBC, WBA and WBO cruiserweight titleholder. The Londoner has finished 24 of his 26 professional victories via crushing knockout and suffered defeat only twice.

“A lot of people don’t believe he (Fury) deserves a shot, but he’s unbeaten in 21 and is up there,” said Haye. “I want to win a world title again and facing a big, strong guy like Tyson will bring out the best in me.

“I’m the seasoned veteran on this occasion, which is new territory for me. He’s claimed he’s the best ever, which is a bold statement, but he’s got the chance to shut me up and prove it.

“I believe this will be his last shot at the big time and I’m happy to give him a nice pay day. I’m going to show why I’m the Hayemaker!”

Manchester's Fury, meanwhile, boasts a perfect professional record and has won all 21 of his pro bouts to date, ending 15 of them within the scheduled distance. The 25-year-old is a former British, Commonwealth and Irish heavyweight champion and a born entertainer - inside and outside the ring.

“Let's not get things confused here,” he told Haye. “You're the dog and I'm chucking you a bone. Before the Tyson Fury fight where were you going to go? Who were you going to fight? Nobody. I'm giving you a chance. I'm the young up-and-comer, the one on everyone's tongue. You're the one that stinks the place out and blames it on their toe.

“He has a lot to say, people like to hear what David Haye's got to say. After the fight with me he'll have a lot to say, and a lot of people can laugh at him.

“He may be the Hayemaker, but I’m the playmaker!”

Together, Haye and Fury make the most intriguing heavyweight pairing of 2013. Whatever the result, fans are advised not to blink. This could be both quick and explosive.

*** 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 Weebler I on 07-13-2013

[QUOTE=Strictly_UG;13554287]This **** is old. Chisora already got on Haye about the toe.[/QUOTE] No, Haye deserves to have the toe brought up to him wherever he goes to remind him of his empty boasts and lack of class. He couldn't take…

Comment by !BEAST on 07-13-2013

This **** is old. Chisora already got on Haye about the toe.

Comment by DosRounds on 07-13-2013

Thank god we have Tyson "2 fast" fury since he'll knock Haye out en DosRounds! He's going to prevent the fight from being a stinker

Comment by nathan_nall on 07-13-2013

[QUOTE=WesleySnipes;13552585]im curious how Fury will handle his loss...will he looking for excuses or will he admit that Haye is/was the better man?[/QUOTE] I don't think you are truly curious. I think you were just looking for a creative way to…

Comment by Feint on 07-12-2013

One of the things I like about this fight is that because both them like to do a lot of talking the interest level in the heavyweight division is likely to reap dividends from it. I don’t have a rooting…

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