Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Fury Tells Haye: I'd Rather Vacate My Belts Than Give You Another Chance

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Fury Tells Haye: I'd Rather Vacate My Belts Than Give You Another Chance

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TYSON Fury has told David Haye to forget about ever fighting for his world titles.

The new heavyweight world champion has dismissed any chance of a Battle of Britain with the Hayemaker.

Haye, who has just stepped out of retirement, has twice pulled out of Pounds 10m showdowns with Fury.

And the 27-year-old from Wilmslow, who saw his career stall after those two cancellations, insists his rival won't get another chance.

"The Man with No Name, I tell you now, will never get an opportunity," he said.

"For what he did to me, what he put me through mentally, physically, he tortured me, that kid.

"And I will never give him an opportunity for that.

"Absolutely point blank I will say David Haye will never get a fight against Tyson Fury after what he did to me."

Haye was full of praise for Fury after his unanimous points win over Wladimir Klitschko, Tweeting: "That's the best thing to happen to Heavyweight division in years. …

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