Excuse-maker Haye will have to flee the country if he pulls out again, roars Fury

By Martin Domin

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Tyson Fury has warned David Haye he will have to emigrate if he pulls out of their rescheduled heavyweight showdown.

The two Brits were due to collide in Manchester last weekend but Haye suffered a cut in his final sparring session and withdrew.

And Fury believes his domestic rival will have to show up on February 8 or risk the wrath of the fans.

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Got my eye on you: Tyson Fury has challenged David Haye to show up for their heavyweight clash in February

Got my eye on you: Tyson Fury has challenged David Haye to show up for their heavyweight clash in February

'The fight for February 8 is completely signed and sealed from both of us,' he said.

'I’m pleased that the fight is on again for - it’s going to be bigger this time, better, more people watching and I’m going to take pleasure in smashing his face in a bit more.

'He shunned me in Sheffield when I was just a kid and then this, it definitely adds to my desire of knocking him out.

'It’s been a long time coming, but it will definitely be worth waiting for - good things come to those who wait - and I’ve been waiting so long.

'I’m confident that Haye will take my fight now as there’s too much public demand for him not to take this fight - after all the pulling out saga he’s got nowhere to go really.

Sore on: Haye suffered a cut in his final sparring session and has taken the chance to relax (below)

Sore on: Haye suffered a cut in his final sparring session and has taken the chance to relax (below)

David Haye

David Haye

'He’ll have to emigrate - he won’t be able to show his face around this neck of the woods anymore and I’m looking forward to getting in there and doing a job on him.

'Big fights need to happen and it doesn’t come any bigger than the fight we’ve signed up for - over to you Excuse-maker.'

Fury also admitted he harbours fears that Haye will instead chase the winner of Wladimir Klitschko's fight with Alexander Povetkin in Moscow on Saturday night.

'I don’t want Mr Excuse-maker Haye coming out with any other reason than he chickened out, if he tries to fight a ready-to-go Klitschko instead of me,' he added. 

Fears: Fury believes Haye could target the winner of Wladimir Klitschko's clash with Alexander Povetkin

Fears: Fury believes Haye could target the winner of Wladimir Klitschko's clash with Alexander Povetkin

'It’s very possible he chases the winner of Klitschko and Povetkin because he doesn’t want my fight and he’s terrified of me - so he could try and escape by going after one of these, but if he pulls out injured again, it would be laughable and he wouldn't have the credibility to get in the ring with either of them.

'I really don't know what's going to happen in the Klitschko fight, they’re both boring - Povetkin could land that overhand right on his jaw, if not then I can see Povetkin getting beaten on points.

'If they both fight me, I’ll knock them both out, if they ever dare to step in the ring with me - but I really doubt that that’s going to happen.'

 



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The Mouse that roared!

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I hope Team Fury now have the necessary penalty clauses in their contract, in case the Excusemaker tries to cancel again. Problem is, if Haye lands the fight with Klitschko, would still be quids-in after paying off Fury. It would be unfair on Fury but I would love to see Vitali make his last fight against Haye, the unfinished business would give it extra an edge. But if Fury vs Haye goes ahead, the extra 4 months is in Fury's favour as Haye is already ring-rusty, and the cut will interfere with his training for a while. As long as Fury doesn't go off the boil and pig out over Christmas (which the Haye camp were probably banking on), and as long as he smothers Haye and fights inside to drain his stamina, I see an ugly but emphatic win for Fury in Feb by late stoppage.

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one of them is going to end up looking a fool,,,whereas now they both do,,,,,,,

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Id get in the Ring with him to KO him out...

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HaHa alot of people passing judgement in Tyson without actually meeting him. says more about you than him.

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Fury's voice even annoys me he thinks the public like him but even thats not true..

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You think you speak for the public?

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You think you speak for the public?

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somebody shut this guy up

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Fury a one hit wonder...he finished after febuary!!hopefully!!

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Jamdman spot on absolutely hes Lennie from of mice and men hahaha

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David haye is a tool always has been, hope Tyson ruins his smug face

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