Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Peter Fury: Tyson Will Be at His Best Against David Haye

London - After all the media attention of the past few weeks, trainer and uncle Peter Fury insists they are now “strictly business” as Tyson Fury’s eight week training camp begins.

The 24-year-old undefeated heavyweight sensation, Fury, is in Belgium to prepare for the biggest test of his career when he meets the former two-weight world champion David Haye at Manchester Arena on September 28th, live on Sky Sports HD Box Office.

“I’m very pleased to get the camp started as you can’t really train across in England with all the media attention,” Peter said.

“Over here there are no distractions, only training – no wives or kids, we are strictly business and on September 28th you can expect to see the best Tyson Fury to date.”

In Haye, 32, he meets the former WBA world heavyweight champion and former undisputed world cruiserweight champion, who boasts 24 knockouts from 26 wins.

But unlike Fury, Haye has twice tasted defeat in his career, retiring against Carl Thompson in 2004 and losing on points to Wladimir Klitschko in 2011, losing his WBA heavyweight crown in the process.

While Manchester’s Tyson boasts a perfect professional record, impressively winning all 21 of his bouts to date, with 15 of them ending inside the scheduled distance.

He is the former British, Commonwealth and Irish heavyweight champion and his trainer is pleased with his focus and conditioning ahead of this blockbuster fight.

“It would be a mistake for Haye to overlook this fight - Tyson is a consummate professional and already in really good shape," Peter said.

“He has been switched on and focussed for other fights, but for this one he is very motivated.

“He already trains all the time and he’s in very good condition, so it’s just a case of honing him – he’s already very strong, so come fight time he’ll be peaking after a good eight week camp."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Bodyshot3 on 07-29-2013

I like the way Peter Fury gets down to business and seems to be a real boxing man from head-to-toe..... ......he knows Tyson is a handful, a wee bit tempramental and needs to be taken away from the hype and…

Comment by andrewa1 on 07-29-2013

Its a 50/50 fight, but I'll be rooting for Haye so that Fury doesn't have the opportunity to embarrass boxing by getting schooled in an MMA fight against Cain Velasquez.

Comment by Weltschmerz on 07-29-2013

Even thought I dislike Haye immensely, I have no doubt he will knock out Fury.

Comment by Dr.Eisenfaust on 07-29-2013

This will be a shocking fight that could go eitherway.

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (4)
Top Headlines Farrell Hungry To Produce Champions, Excited for McCrory Link Up Chisora To Whyte: Forget Wilder, You Need To Face Me Again J. Mayweather No Longer Convinced That Golovkin Beats Canelo Veteran Judge: Horn Has No Real Talent, Pacquiao By KO in 3 To 4 Marco Huck vs. Mairis Briedis, WBC Title, in Play For April 1 Adam Lopez: I Have Everything it Takes To Get My Shot Marquez: Chavez Jr. Must First Defeat The Weight, Then Canelo Arum Provides Update on Manny Pacquiao vs. Jeff Horn Event Photos: Michael Conlan Hits New York City For MSG Presser Golovkin vs. Jacobs: Ryan Martin Eyed For The Undercard Nate Diaz Expected To Receive Boxing License, Heading To TMT? Loeffler: Insurance is a Non-Issue For Golovkin vs. Jacobs Miller on Luis Ortiz: I'll Beat Brakes Off That Old Motherf***er! Photos: Carl Frampton Putting in Work For Leo Santa Cruz Rematch Gervonta Davis: Pedraza Needs to Stop Making Excuses for Loss Espinoza Will Discuss Garcia-Thurman Winner With Mayweather Chocolatito, Sor Rungvisai Will Look To Steal The Show at MSG Parker's Promoter: Talks With Haymon For Wilder Bout Went Well Robbie Davies Jr: I Want To Get Past Szabo, Step Up To Next Level Michael Conlan Has Debut Opponent Confirmed For March 17 Boy Jones Jr-Craig Poxton, Southern Area 130lb Belt on Feb. 24 Rigondeaux's Trainer Wants Lomachenko Fight at Catch-Weight Lipinets Awaiting Mandatory Shot at Burns vs. Indongo Winner Lara Willing to Face Jermell Charlo Next in Unification Fight Stevenson: Andre Ward Wants To Milk His Titles Before Facing Me Sam Eggington Embraces Idea of Facing Paulie Malignaggi in NY Julius Indongo, Ricky Burns Expect Fireworks in Glasgow Wood Updates On Flanagan, Fitzgerald; Confirms Ajisafe Capture Dashon Johnson vs. Ricardo Pinell Tops Emerald Casino Card Arum Agrees With Mayweather Rejecting White's $25 Million Offer Video: Paulie Malignaggi Talks Future, Canelo-Chavez, More J. Mayweather: Pacquiao is a Gatekeeper, He Won't Beat Crawford! Sulaiman Praises Canelo-Chavez Deal, Still Mulls Special WBC Belt Erislandy Lara Keeps Winning, Keeps Calling For Canelo, Golovkin Mayweather: Dana White Carried My Bags, Now He's a Tough Guy Chavez Sr. Breaks Down His Son's Chances With Canelo, Weight Alexander Povetkin's B-Sample To Be Opened on February 1 Dominic Breazeale vs. Izu Ugonoh is Set For Wilder-Wawrzyk Card Edwin Rodriguez Back in Gym, Will Work on Correcting Mistakes Badou Jack vs. Callum Smith Purse Bid Set For February 17
Advertisement
Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement