Date: 10th September 2013 at 4:23pm
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September 28th is fast approaching and the hugely anticipated heavyweight clash, between David Haye and Tyson Fury will soon be upon us.

The arena, in Manchester, will be rocking as the nation expects the biggest collision in the domestic heavyweight division since Frank Bruno and Joe Bugner met in a ring pitched on the turf at White Hart Lane.

Ricky Hatton, a veteran of many eagerly anticipated clashes, reckons that David Haye will have the edge although he hasn?t given up hope of Fury pulling off a victory that many would see as a shock, remarking,

?My heart rules my head. Tyson is a Manchester lad and you would love to have a heavyweight champion from Manchester.?

?But David Haye hits so, so hard and Tyson has been down. My heart says Tyson ? but my head says Haye.?

?Although Tyson has been down a few times, the last time Haye fought someone the size of Tyson was Vladimir Klitschko ? and he was scared to death of him. So you never know.?


And that is the beauty of the heavyweight division, one punch can change everything and you just never know!