Fury Vows To Send Haye Into Movie Career With KO

Fury Vows To Send Haye Into Movie Career With KO

Tyson Fury has revealed he thinks David Haye could have a career in the film industry after their heavily anticipated fight in September.

 

Boxing has always been known for its trash talk but Fury and Haye have taken to different methods of unsettling each other.

 

“I would really like to vote for David to be the next James Bond after Daniel Craig," Fury told the Daily Star.

 

“I wonder how much Haye has got left? He has got other avenues of earning a living. I'm sure he could go into the movie scene or whatever he wants to do. I don't think he'll be boxing any more after this fight because, if he loses to me, who's he going to fight after that?”

 

Fury caused a stir at the first press conference confirming the fight, stating he was “giving Haye a bone” by agreeing to this fight and that he would knock the former World Heavyweight champion out.

 

Meanwhile, Haye, who is happy to play the calmer and more experienced character, has likened Fury to mental hospital patients.

 

“He's very entertaining but you can't argue with an idiot, I just let him crack on with it,” said Haye.

 

"He said that he's the greatest boxer there has ever been and will ever be. That came out of his mouth. He genuinely believes that.

 

"I think he is mentally deranged. Not in a bad way, he's not a danger to anybody, particularly in the boxing ring."

 

The fight will take place at the Manchester Arena on 28 September, a clash worth £10million.

 

Haye has taken time out from boxing on several occasions, including most recently appearing on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.

 

Fury has won all of his 21 fights, which most recently saw him knockout American Steve Cunningham at Madison Square Garden.