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Haye vs. Fury rages ... on Twitter
British heavyweight David Haye has taken to Twitter to accuse rival contender Tyson Fury of rejecting his latest offer to fight this summer.
David Haye has taken to Twitter to accuse rival heavyweight contender Tyson Fury of rejecting his latest offer to fight this summer.
Talks over the highly-anticipated grudge showdown between the British pair have been ongoing between their respective camps for the best part of a month and seemed close to being signed and sealed.
However, judging by Haye’s comments about 25-year-old Fury on the social media network late Monday afternoon, it would appear negotiations have stalled.
Haye, 32, even revealed that a pledge to share the fight revenue is proving insufficient to tempt the unbeaten Manchester-born Fury (21-0, 15 knockouts) to put pen to paper.
“I did everything in my power to get Fury in the ring,” Haye tweeted around 5pm U.K. time. “Even gifting him a 50/50 split. But Big Chump won't sign contract 4 the fans #AllTalk.”
That post came barely an hour after 6-foot-9 Fury had posted a picture of himself with the message: “I'm coming for u @mrdavidhaye all systems go your going down & out!”
Former WBA holder Haye (26-2, 24 KOs) pulled out of a comeback fight against American Manuel Charr, slated for June 29, with a hand injury.
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