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 Last update:  6/30/2013       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Haye vs. Fury Clash Could Be Announced This Week
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According to the Daily Star, David Haye (26-2, 24KOs) and Tyson Fury (21-0, 15KOs) will this week announce their heavyweight showdown at Manchester Arena on September 28. Despite former world champion Haye claiming on Twitter last week the fight was in doubt over money, the two Britons are expected to sign contracts in the next few days. The fight between Londoner Haye, 32, and 6ft 9ins Fury, 25, will be shown on pay-per-view TV, either on Sky Box Office or Primetime.

Tags: David Haye , Tyson Fury , Haye-Fury , Haye vs. Fury


 

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comment by CraigM, on 07-01-2013
Fury's concentration is key in this fight... I don't think i've ever seen a fury fight where he doesn't totally lose concentration for a whole half round in a fight, if he does that here he's saying goodnight!

comment by ukboxingfan1981, on 07-01-2013
[QUOTE=yoz]then get KOd by a jab.[/QUOTE] close Overhand right, round 4.

comment by yoz, on 07-01-2013
Fury needs to get under Haye's skin. If he can survive the opening 3/4 rounds against an aggressive Haye, I fancy Fury for a late stoppage. Haye was blowing hard after 3 rounds against Chisora. The only problem with this ^, however, is Fury. He lacks discipline. He'll likely start showboating, ...

comment by hugh grant, on 06-30-2013
[QUOTE=Freedom2013]This is a very good matchup between two top ten HWs. I'll be looking forward to it. :boxing: Haye is of course the favorite, but if Fury can survive the early rounds he has a chance.[/QUOTE] To beat haye you have to avoid being hit by him too much, but that's harder s...

comment by `STEELHEAD, on 06-30-2013
havent kept up all that much with the tussle between haye and fury. but was suprised that fury wants to realy take on haye. would not be suprised if fury trys to get out of it. he's just not on the same level as haye. i believe that haye, who can stink up a fight at times, will find fury so eas...

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