Britsh heavyweight Tyson Fury is desperate for his father to be let out of prison so that he can see the “biggest fight of my life” against David Haye on Sept. 28.
In part 2 of this in-depth interview, promoter Eddie Hearn discusses the upcoming heavyweight clash between David Haye and Tyson Fury, Nathan Cleverly’s fall from grace, plus the possibility of matching welterweight Kell Brook against a certain outspoken bloke from Cincinnati, and more.
RingTV.com checked in with David Haye during the former heavyweight titleholder’s camp for his anticipated Sept. 28 showdown with unbeaten contender Tyson Fury, which takes place in Manchester, England. Haye, who is amused by Fury’s brashness, says he will test the giant’s chin on fight night.
Tyson Fury knows he’s the underdog against David Haye, who he faces on Sept. 28, but the giant heavyweight contender is cool and confident going into the biggest match of his career. “The pressure is all on David because, as he said, I’m just a chump and everyone expects him to beat me.”
David Haye and Tyson Fury found themselves at odds inside a couple of minutes at a media conference in central London, England, to announce full details of their forthcoming non-title grudge showdown. The popular British heavyweights are to face each other at the Manchester Arena on Sept. 28.