Date: 25th November 2015 at 1:03pm
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With David Haye now back on the heavyweight scene, it remains to be seen in which direction he is steered, by his management team, when it comes to that inevitable world title bid.

My view is that Haye will close in on the WBC version of the title, currently held by Deontay Wilder.

However, we?ve also no doubt that Haye will be keeping a close eye on the huge fight this Saturday night, in Dusseldorf, between Wladimir Klitschko and Tyson Fury.

Discussing the outcome, Haye reckons he can only see one winner, remarking to the media,

?The only way Fury would ever be on my radar is if he beats Wladimir Klitschko to become world heavyweight champion.

?I think the chances of that happening on Saturday are about one in 20.

?You can never write a big-man off, but has Fury ever beaten a world-class fighter? No!

?Saturday night will be Fury?s introduction to fighting a true world-class boxer in Klitshko

?It?s going to be a hard night?s work for him. It will be fun for as long as Klitschko wants it to last.

?What will undo Fury is his lack of quality, he is up against a big, dominant powerful champion and I reckon it will be a step too far.?

T?s always good to hear Haye?s opinion on forthcoming fights but even if Tyson Fury does get knocked out, I?m pretty damn sure that he?ll give a better account of himself then Haye did when a toe injury was blamed on what was an inept performance.

As for the opening line, where Haye suggests Fury isn?t on his radar, I?d imagine the feeling is mutual after Haye pulled out of two fights with Fury due to injury, thereby keeping Tyson on the side-lines during an important period of his development.