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Fury: If I Got Haye Offer of £10m, I'd Say F*** Your Mum

By Charles Perrin, courtesy of The Daily Star

TYSON FURY has declared he will NEVER fight David Haye even if there were a record purse in the offing.

Haye frustrated Fury last year by pulling out of two scheduled fights through injury.

Fury has moved a step closer to a world title showdown with Wladimir Klitschko, though he will need to get the better of Dereck Chisora first on July 26 in their title eliminator in Manchester.

Although Fury has set his sights on Klitschko, he hasn't forgotten what Haye did and insists he has no respect for him.

"I have zero respect for him. Whatever he has achieved, it has been flushed down the loo," Fury said.

"When you are a sh*thouse, you are a sh*thouse, forget it.

"I will never fight him because he is an idiot. I can't take him seriously. Even if they offered me £10m, I would say 'go f*** your mother', because I know he is a sh*thouse and he won't fight.

"His ass was flapping in his trousers. I always said he would pull out. I had no faith in him fighting me. I knew in the back of my mind it wasn't happening."

Haye goaded Klitschko in the build-up to their world title showdown three years ago by wearing a t-shirt which depicted how he would decapitate the Ukrainian.

But Fury has vowed he would not resort to Haye's tactics should he get the chance to pit his wits against Klitschko.

He added: "No I don't believe gentlemen do stuff like that. David's nothing more than a common person.

"He showed in his actions he is a thug and it doesn't matter how regal he tries to be, in my opinion he is just a yob."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MBE on 03-20-2014

[QUOTE=Slowhand;14342590]I still can´t decide if Fury is a genius or an idiot.. he´s totally unprofessional both inside and outside the ring, but that´s exactly what makes him so entertaining. But he did dodge a bullet with Haye..[/QUOTE] Is that Furys…

Comment by LoadedWraps on 03-20-2014

[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK;14344681]Beating Haye is more significant than beating 95% of any of the other heavyweights.[/QUOTE] Beating a blown up Cruiserweight is more significant than beating a legit HW? Maybe on your planet, not mine.

Comment by takingaim on 03-20-2014

fury brings the gypsyness

Comment by Corelone on 03-20-2014

[QUOTE=denium;14342741]Undeniable facts eh? This is Tyson's car for a start. [IMG]http://i59.tinypic.com/2hxpw5h.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] Thanks, I was thinking about getting a VW if he could get in one, but I knew he was too big all the time.

Comment by cupocity303 on 03-19-2014

[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK;14344681]Beating Haye is more significant than beating 95% of any of the other heavyweights.[/QUOTE] [SIZE="3"]Yes, subjectively speaking which is open to interpretation. However the Heavyweight division is all about Titles and getting to a Title shot means beating…

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