Date: 2nd June 2013 at 12:13pm
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Are we really set to witness two of Britain?s heavyweight giants collide?

This morning the Sunday press are in unison with regards to David Haye and Tyson Fury getting it together very shortly.

Apparently, Tyson has officially withdrawn from a fight against the Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev, a fight declared as an official final eliminator for a fight against Wladimir Klitschko for his IBF world heavyweight title.

Haye having seen injury wreck his chances of taking on Manuel Charr recently, is said to be keen to despatch a big name in his quest to also get another chance at fighting one of the Klitschko and perceives beating Fury as being something that will do just that.

As for a date and a venue, it?s being inferred that the bout will take place this autumn with Wembley Stadium named as an option with both boxers collecting a cool £5 million for their nights work.

So, if it were to go ahead, who would your money be on?

 

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