Date: 18th November 2013 at 1:12pm
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With there being absolutely no chance of the Tyson Fury v David Haye taking place on February 8th 2014, Tyson Fury is left in limbo as far as his career goes.

After the fight had been called off the first time it was hinted that Fury might take another fight, to keep sharp, ahead of the proposed date with Haye.

Now, however, his plans of getting a real scalp on his record have, for the time being, disappeared.

I recall, after the initial date had been scrapped, courtesy of Haye receiving a cut above the eye, in sparring, the Tyson Fury camp being very dismissive of the injury wryly suggesting that the injury had been manufactured as the Haye camp were scared of facing their man.

Now, in the immediate aftermath of news that Haye having had a major shoulder injury, will miss the second date and head towards retirement, the Fury camp have started the war of words again.

Tyson?s manager, Mick Hennessy, is quoted as having remarked,

?There has been a smell around this fight since day one. I am disgusted with the whole thing.?

Many people are, but the circumstances are very unfortunate. Whilst many perceived there may be problems getting the two fighters into the ring, nobody believed that a career ending injury would be the cause, but then again, as they say, that?s life!

 

One Reply to “Fury Camp on Haye Quiting!”

  • these words perhaps promote Fury, as the moral winner and the wronged man, whilst actually enhancing his reputation somehow. Obviously there has to be huge sympathy for Haye, who I actually believed would have won the fight, however the more I witnessed both mens body language, the more I wondered if I was wrong

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