Unbeaten heavyweight Tyson Fury has vowed to do some damage to David Haye on September 28 as the two Briton’s collide in a mammoth clash on UK pay-per-view.
The 25 year-old has bludgeoned his way through 21 opponents on his way to the cusp of a world title shot and now comes up against his greatest challenge in former WBA heavyweight king Haye.
Fury went up against ex-cruiserweight champion Steve Cunningham in his previous bout, getting up off the floor to win, although the 6ft 9ins bruiser doesn’t envisage anything similar against the ‘Hayemaker’ next week.
“I can tell you now that Haye is getting it,” Fury told World Boxing News. “I am one million percent smashing his face right in!”
Both fighters have been fairly vocal during the build-up to what is a much-ancipated encounter since first announced in the summer, with Fury confident that he can deal with Haye’s power, which he displayed in knocking out Dereck Chisora last time out.
“I am going to bang out the ‘Hayemaker’ with ease,” said Fury. “I’ll make it look easy I’m that good and people will say Tyson fury is the greatest!”
Haye, 32, has comtemplated retirement on several occasions in the past and plans to move into acting when he finally steps away from the ring and Fury intends on sending him on his way later this month.
“You call me the ‘Bully Slayer’ – and to all the fans let down by Haye, his Bollywood career is calling sooner than you think!”