Haye: Fury is Like a Puppy - Clumsy, Dopey, No Danger

By Nick Parkinson, courtesy of The Daily Star

Unbeaten 6ft 9ins gypsy giant Fury has vowed to end Haye’s boxing ­career at the Manchester Arena but reckons his British rival would be the ideal candidate to succeed actor Daniel Craig as 007.

The Hayemaker hopes to ­become a film star when he hangs up his boxing gloves but for the ­moment his priority is to regain a version of the world ­heavyweight title.

Fury, 25, believes he will ensure Haye, 32, is left pondering his future in the ring and ready to hit Hollywood after their £10million clash.

He said: “I would ­really like to vote for David to be the next James Bond after ­Daniel Craig.

“The guy can talk, he is ­good-looking and he is charismatic. What more does a Bond need than what David Haye has got? Everybody loves him in the UK.

“I would vote for him but I would vote for myself to be in the movie as well. I can be the new Jaws but I would be a bit better looking. We’ll see if he’ll be shaken and stirred. I’m going to go in all systems go.

“The guns are locked and loaded, ready for action.

“I wonder how much Haye has got left? He has got other avenues of earning a living.

David Haye has dismissed Fury as an "idiot" that belongs in a mental institution

“I’m sure he could go into the movie scene or whatever he wants to do. I don’t think he’ll be boxing any more after this fight because, if he loses to me, who’s he going to fight after that?

“The Klitschkos aren’t ­going to want to fight him. He’s not going to fight any more domestic fights.”

Londoner Haye dismissed his Morecambe opponent as “an idiot” who belongs in a mental institution. He said: “He’s very entertaining but you can’t argue with an idiot, I just let him crack on with it.

“He said that he’s the greatest ­boxer there has ever been and will ever be. That came out of his mouth. He genuinely believes that.

“You could go to any mental ­institution up and down the country and find people who genuinely ­believe they are talking to someone who’s next to them. He is one of those guys.

“I think he is mentally ­deranged. Not in a bad way, he’s not a danger to ­anybody, particularly in the boxing ring.

“He’s like a big ­rottweiler puppy. He’s all clumsy, dopey, ­tripping over. He looks a bit dangerous – but not really.

“I had a rottweiler ­puppy once – his name was Bonzo, lovely dog – and he’s just like him.

“On the other hand, I’m a lot smaller than him. I’m like a pitbull.

“I might not look as dangerous but when it comes to it he won’t be able to get me off.

“I said it against Dereck Chisora and Audley Harrison – the fight will end exactly when I want it to end, not a minute sooner or a minute later.”

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LoadedWraps on 07-16-2013

[QUOTE=yoz;13562002]Haye felt Wlad's power in round 4 or 5, and then ran for the rest of the 'fight'.[/QUOTE] This. :lol1: [QUOTE=denium;13562003]God I hope Fury knocks Haye out. Fury is an idiot, but at least he's an honest idiot. Haye is…

Comment by Jack Napier on 07-16-2013

both these guys are better talkers than fighters expecting Haye to win, but would rather Fury embarrass him Haye shamed himself in the Wlad fight, Fury would at least try as it is, Haye probably stops him inside 7 in…

Comment by Michael Paine on 07-16-2013

Valuev may have been big and slow but he was a much better fighter than Fury. Valuev would have beat Fury, Valuev has become so underrated that domestic level garbage like Fury is considered better. :wtf:

Comment by DonCarlos83 on 07-16-2013

[QUOTE=Arthur Daley;13561805]Far, far too big a step up in class here for Haye. You can't go from fighting jokers like Audley, Chisora, Enzo, Valuev and Bonin to facing a Tyson Fury. We saw what happened last time Fury fought someone…

Comment by FrankieBruno on 07-16-2013

[QUOTE=yoz;13561880]LOL. Its completely irrelevant. Haye was gassing against Wladimir, whereas Wladimir, who threw more punches, was in cruise control.[/QUOTE] Haye does have stamina issues Wlad was a big guy who was leaning and clinching sucking the life out of Haye…

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