Haye vs Fury – Heavyweight Fight of The Year

Haye vs Fury is the heavyweight fight of the year, and in a year filled with great bouts, this one truly stands out. Weekends are the days where we able to enjoy our leisure time by hanging out in the house watching sports in the television or through online. Well for all those people who adore all sports or is a crazy fan of heavyweight boxing then get ready for the ultimate war between Haye vs Fury fight during your weekends. Yes, that is true the ultimate show down between the two elites is here to grant your wishes in 28th September, so prepare to be amazed!

Haye vs Fury

Since the start of the year the news that David Haye and Tyson Fury will go head to head in Manchester became a great hit and till now there has been lots of talk and out bursts of cheers from the warm hearted fans. Fury might be the local boy in Manchester but Haye would not feel left behind as fans will be there to support them both. It is expected that the number of online user to watch Haye vs Fury will be even more as fans from all over the world will be streaming to watch the match.

David Haye has a very solid record of about twenty six wins and two losses whereas Tyson Fury has about twenty one wins but surprisingly he is undefeated. So, both of them are evenly matched and even though there have been a lot of words used against each other by the two rivals, the fans are waiting for the real action to come when they meet each other in 28th September. So, to catch the full match get yourself prepared for the day and watch and see that who will gain the title of the great boxer in Britain and call themselves the real winner as we watch the static match of Haye vs Fury.

David Haye

David Haye
Source: David Haye – Wikipedia

Real name David Haye
Nickname(s) The Hayemaker
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Reach 198 cm (78 in)
Nationality English
Born 13 October 1980 (age 32)
Bermondsey, London, England
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 28
Wins 26
Wins by KO 24
Losses 2

Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury

Source: Tyson Fury – Wikipedia

Real name Luke Tyson Fury
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)[1]
Reach 85 in (216 cm)
Nationality British
Born 12 August 1988 (age 25)
Wythenshawe, England
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 21
Wins 21
Wins by KO 15
Losses 0
Draws 0
No contests 0

Haye vs Fury Odds

Haye vs Fury OddsDavid Haye vs Tyson Fury is an all British encounter in the heavyweight division that will get British boxing fans’ mouths watering. The fight will take place in Fury’s home city of Manchester on September 28th. It’s a close one to call, as both men have great records.

Bookmakers have put Haye vs Fury odds in Haye’s favour – with current best odds on him being around 3/10. Meanwhile Tyson Fury can be backed for 10/3. A drawn contest is anywhere between 20 and 40 to one, with the average being at about 33. It seems bookies fancy Fury’s undefeated record to go when he faces the former world champion David Haye.

But Fury has already won round 1 – the war of words. Fury fancies himself as a bit of a talker (and lyricist) and had a sly dig at Haye when he said he had movie star looks and could be the next James Bond. This was a thinly veiled way of saying that Haye is a glamour puss who should concentrate more on boxing than fame. Fury was more direct when he said ‘David Haye is scared to death and he should be because I’m going to smash his face in.’ He also described Haye as a ‘little girl.’

Haye vs Fury Fight Date

Haye vs Fury Fight DateTwo heavyweight Brits David Haye and Tyson Fury will face each other in their home country on September 28th. It is also Tyson Fury’s home city – Manchester.

The Haye vs Fury fight date comes two weeks after Floyd Mayweather takes on Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas where he will pocket $50 million for his purse. If Haye and Fury think about that, the $5 million each they will make for their fight might look a bit paltry. But we’re sure they’ll get over it. Maybe nobody in the world has the draw of Floyd Mayweather, but this is a huge fight for British boxing.

Both men have good pedigree – Haye has been world champion at two different weights, and has only been beaten twice, and one of those was a defeat to the unstoppable Wladimir Klitschko, so nobody could say very much about that one. Meanwhile, Tyson Fury is the first man to have won British, Irish and Commonwealth titles after beating Martin Rogan last year, and is undefeated in 21 fights.

Following Carl Froch’s victory in the unification fight against Mikkel Kessler in May, the Haye Fury fight will be another indication that British boxing is alive and well. This is a blockbuster heavyweight fight, and it doesn’t get any bigger in British boxing.

Haye vs Fury

haye vs furyThe biggest Heavyweight fight is here, and Haye vs Fury should not disappoint. Former world champion David Haye is set to take on existing Irish heavyweight champion and previous British and Commonwealth champion Tyson Fury in Manchester on September 28th. Haye vs Fury is an all-British encounter that will grab the headlines for British heavyweight boxing. Fury, in fact, was born Manchester itself.

But Haye will have plenty of fans there as well. He has been world champion in two separate weight classes  – cruiser and heavy. Being, as Fury himself described  him, ‘good-looking’ Haye has always been a hit with the ladies too. Sadly for them though, he is already married and has a son called Cassisus Haye, a play on the original name of Muhammad Ali: Cassius Clay. Fury’s name also lends itself to a few novelty kids’ names (if he was so inclined), little baby ‘Uncontrollable’ might be one option. Not very cute though.

At 32 and having come out of retirement once already, Haye has been described as a ‘has-been’ by Fury (his compliments soon ran out). Fury is 25 years old and undefeated in 21 fights. But Haye will be confident that he can prove his is still number one in British heavyweight boxing, and that his good looks and the £5 million he will earn for the fight are not the only things he can boast about.