Date: 28th June 2013 at 12:58pm
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It appears to me that the heavyweight scene is the one scene where trash-talk is prevalent in big-fight build ups!

Already, this week, we?ve run a couple of articles relating to a possible mega-British heavyweight bout between the former world champion David Haye and the very vociferous up and coming pretender Tyson Fury

Previously we?ve discussed how the Haye camp felt that Fury didn?t really want the fight, pricing himself out with a rumoured 80/20 purse split and then we covered the fact that the Fury camp believe a press conference will be held next week announcing that the fight will take place in September at the Manchester Evening News Arena.

Well, since then, Fury has gone into overdrive on his Twitter account seemingly in a bid to lure Haye into the ring, with a typical tweet being,

?Haye is a pumped-up cruiserweight who will get knocked out. He is arrogant.?

However, there are others that are nearer the mark and ones which I don?t feel merit publishing.

But, you have to ask, does Fury have a point?

Could this be a classic case where the bigger man is too strong for the smaller man or are we erring towards a scenario whereby a good little-un can beat a not so good bigger-un?

Two points that will continue to divide the population and two points that just make this a fight that might just have to happen!

 

2 Replies to “Pumped-Up Cruiserweight?”

  • Haye has heard it all before, he’ll stay calm and collected and like you say, he will emerge the winner, quite early on I’d say, round 3 anyone?

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