Date: 25th June 2013 at 12:57pm
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Although the inference, in the past week or so, was that everybody wanted a heavyweight clash, between David Haye and Tyson Fury, to take place, it?s looking as if it is not going to happen.

Originally muted to happen in September, remarks being traded on the social network site, Twitter, indicate that one of the two isn?t that keen on seeing the fight happen.

David Haye, the former WBA champion with a record of 26 wins and 2 defeats, seemingly offered Fury a 50/50 split, something that his twitter feed confirmed with Haye commenting,

?I did everything in my power to get Fury in the ring. Even gifting him a 50/50 split. But Big Chump won?t sign contract 4 the fans. All talk.?

Considering Haye is, we believe the bigger draw, the offer made seems extremely fair, however, Fury, with 21 wins and 0 defeats on his record, on the same social network site, has tweeted,

?I would have been good for me to KO Haye. It would off made the nation smile?I think my next fight might be Fres Oquendo? Haye wants a 50/50 purse, but I said 80/20 my way because I?m what?s in.?

Which, to me; is unbelievable talk and sees me assuming that Fury is running scared of meeting somebody who, quite probably, would show up the vociferous, fast talking Fury?s limitations.

Haye, looking to manouevre a comeback towards taking on one of the Klitschko brothers, would be better served in taking on a genuine contender knowing that he could attain mandatory challenger status whereas Fury, never having beaten a real heavyweight, would have been better served accepting a lower percentage of the purse but knowing if his fists can what comes out of his mouth, he?d be a name that the Klitschko brothers would have no option other than to take on!

 

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