Can David Haye deliver his promise of closing the show before the third round? The Londoner hopes to stop his British rival in Manchester and put himself back into contention for one of the world titles held by the Klitschko brothers, Wladimir and Vitali.
Haye, 32, insists he has no worries ahead of facing 6ft 9in Fury, 25, after what he describes as his toughest training camp. The former WBA world heavyweight champion believes fighting unbeaten Fury will be much easier. Watch the David Haye/Tyson Fury Fight live on Saturday, 28th September 2013 on SuperSport HD1A and SuperSport 2.
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