Tyson Fury says once he knocks out British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Dereck Chisora on July 23 at Wembley Arena he wants to do the same to David Haye before a showdown with World champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Fury was left bewildered by how David Haye flopped on the big stage against Klitschko in their World heavyweight title fight in Hamburg. “I’m the future of heavyweight boxing in Britain and the world,” says Fury. “When you looked at how Haye boxed against Klitschko, it’s not how a true heavyweight with a true heart should fight but the British fans shouldn’t worry because I’m the coming force and I’ll show that when I knock out Chisora. Then I want to knock out David Haye to prove to Wladimir that I’m the real deal.”
“If I had boxed the way Haye did I don’t think I could look at myself in the mirror ever again. But the fans can get to see a real heavyweight tear-up when I get it on with Chisora.
“We’re both going to come and have a fight, we’re not there to dance. Proper fighting men don’t dance, the fans deserve a proper fight and they’ll get it. There’s going to be fireworks.
“You have to respect what Wladimir Klitschko did but fighting me he would be fighting a true heavyweight and not a blown up cruiserweight. Wladimir has proved that he is the real deal but now it’s my time to show the world that I’m the next big thing.
“I want to bring pride and honour back to the British heavyweight scene. It got lost in all of Haye’s trash talking. But I’m the future and everyone will see that live on pay-per-view.”
“After reading reports in the press this morning regarding Vladimir Klitschko Rodionovich, I would like to send my sincere condolences to the Klitschko brothers on the passing of their father.”