David Haye wants to fight Tyson Fury after watching Wilder knocked out


David Haye backed Deontay Wilder to beat Tyson Fury in all three of their fights, but he was proven wrong each time.

The ‘Hayemaker,’ who was previously scheduled to face the ‘Gypsy King’ in 2013, sparked outrage with his prediction ahead of the third fight.

Fury and Wilder fought a legendary battle in which they were both knocked out twice before Fury won by knockout in round 11.

In the aftermath, Haye admitted to iFL TV, “I definitely got it wrong.”

“I thought Wilder, now that he was coming in with both guns blazing, would be enough to take out Fury if the opportunity arose.” I knew it would happen at some point.

“It was almost there; he heavily pushed Fury down a couple of times.”

“And to his credit, Tyson Fury was able to shake them off, get back up, and put it right back on Wilder.”

“Not only was Fury’s performance fantastic, but he took Wilder’s best – the heaviest single punching heavyweight probably ever – and shook him to his boots.”

“In the past, that same shot has killed 41 people.”

David Haye wants to fight Tyson Fury after watching Wilder knocked out
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Haye returned to the ring last month for an exhibition bout with his friend Joe Fournier and then called out Fury.

After winning an exhibition fight last month, Haye called out Fury.
After seeing Saturday’s fight, he’s even more eager to take on the challenge.

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“I’d be a 1000/1 underdog for a reason,” Haye added.

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“Something will happen in the next two months in which they will be looking for an opponent.”

“I understand how big time boxing works…

“I’m just saying that there will come a time when they will require an opponent.”

“And ideally, if you want an opponent, you want someone who makes the most money out of all of the fights.”

“Just so you know, the ‘Hayemaker’ is in the gym.”

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