Haye Laughs: Fury Will Be Sucking Up Canvas Dust!

By Kevin Francis, courtesy of The Daily Star

DAVID HAYE has vowed to bring Tyson Fury down to earth - by sending him crashing to the canvas.

The heavyweight duo's massive Battle of Britain at the Manchester Arena on September 28 looks certain to be a sell-out.

And Haye is so confident of victory that he has nicknamed his opponent Dyson Furry after the vacuum cleaner!

He said: "He is going to end up tasting the canvas dust. He will be like a Dyson Furry, sucking up the canvas dust.

"I am not joking. If he leaves himself open I will get him. I am so confident that I will finish this fight when I want to."

Haye, 32, came face-to-face with Fury when the fight was officially announced and was dismissive of his unbeaten opponent.

Although Fury, 24, won the battle of words yesterday, former two-weight world champion Haye claimed it was all down to nerves.

He said: "I was looking at his hands and his body language during the whole thing. His palms were sweaty and he was moving and fidgeting.

"He just looked nervous and when people get nervous they do strange things. His thing is just babble-minded nonsense."

Fury, who has won all of his 21 professional fights, claimed Haye was more interested in a celebrity lifestyle than that of a fighter.

He said: "I am glad this little b**ch has signed the contract. He is a little tart and I am surprised he has agreed to the fight.

"He is nothing but a little girl who is interested in fame and fortune. I don't give a s**t about celebrity lifestyle but he does. I am just interested in fighting."

There will certainly be plenty of pre-fight action from both of these fighters, with yesterday's opening round clearly going to Fury.

Fury believes that he will win and send the Londoner into retirement.

"There will be nowhere left for him to go. He will be finished," he insisted.

"This could well be David Haye's last fight and one of many more for Tyson Fury as I head for the world title.

"If anybody can carry that torch for British boxing, it is me. I am a 6ft 9in guy who can talk and fight and can do it.

"You are looking at the man. I think it could be his last fight. He is 32, you have got to wonder how much he has got left.

"He has got other revenues to keep earning a living, he is a good-looking guy and can talk but I don't think he will be boxing any more after this.If he loses who is he going to fight?

"The Klitschko brothers don't want to fight him and he is not going to fight any other domestic guys."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Malius on 07-13-2013

If Haye lands clean I think it can happen. However I believe Fury was embarassed by the Cunningham KD and will be alot smarter against a faster harder puncher.

Comment by micky1971 on 07-12-2013

mouthy pikey. no fkin chance at all. should be funny though, david haye will look down and laugh at him. far too quick and far to powerful for the diddy coy. fkin tax dodgin gypos.

Comment by MASTER1454 on 07-12-2013

Never loses suction......

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 07-12-2013

Fury just has that 'future gatekeeper' persona about him IMO. I guess he could land a lucky punch at the exact right moment, but I just don't see it.

Comment by dlee020420 on 07-12-2013

Fury is 24???? "[B]motha****er[/B] you look 30" (bad boys 2)

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