David Haye Warns Tyson Fury Ahead Of Deontay Wilder Trilogy

David Haye Warns Tyson Fury Ahead Of Deontay Wilder Trilogy

Tyson Fury Pushes Deontay Wilder

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Retired Undisputed Cruiserweight world champion David Haye has warned fellow Brit WBC Heavyweight Champ Tyson Fury to avoid being overconfident as he prepares to share the ring a third time against Deontay Wilder.

The two Heavyweight Giants fought to a controversial split draw in their first meeting but the second fight was totally one-sided as Tyson Fury battered and stopped the formerly unbeaten Wilder in the seventh round, dropping him twice in the third and fifth round respectively.

Deontay Wilder has since exercised his option of a rematch clause for the third fight, which initially was scheduled for the summer but due to the ongoing Corona virus pandemic had been shifted to a date October.

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David Haye, who had sparred with Wilder in the past and had been twice scheduled to face Fury but both didn’t materialise as Haye withdrew both times due to an injury.

“I’m intrigued to see the rematch,” Haye told Boxing Social. “Sometimes things happen in fights and if you fight ten times someone might win nine times. Any big guy like that, the records, the power, the height, the costumes, the excitement of the last fight and the excitement of the first fight, these guys could fight ten times and you’d get different results.
“But looking at that last fight, I’m a fan of Fury and Wilder. Both warriors, both big powerful men, different skill sets, but their styles gel beautifully. The third fight is Fury going to be overconfident going in thinking he’s got his measure and Wilder all of a sudden comes in at a different level and shocks him with one of those massive shots.”

Haye felt surprised to hear statements from Wilder after the Fury loss especially the part he downplayed the victory. However, Haye believed that to make his statements significant, he will have to rise to the occasion when they both share the ring in their trilogy fight.

“I’m intrigued to see the rematch,” Haye told Boxing Social. “Sometimes things happen in fights and if you fight ten times someone might win nine times. Any big guy like that, the records, the power, the height, the costumes, the excitement of the last fight and the excitement of the first fight, these guys could fight ten times and you’d get different results.
“But looking at that last fight, I’m a fan of Fury and Wilder. Both warriors, both big powerful men, different skill sets, but their styles gel beautifully. The third fight is Fury going to be overconfident going in thinking he’s got his measure and Wilder all of a sudden comes in at a different level and shocks him with one of those massive shots.

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