Haye and Fury clashed at the pre-fight press conference ahead of their proposed heavyweight showdown.
Unfortunately for boxing fans, Haye vs. Fury didn't happen after 'The Hayemaker' withdrew.
But fans were treated to an explosive meeting between both fighters when they went head-to-head at a press conference and there was a clear winner.
The self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' verbally destroyed Haye, insisting he was the one giving him an opportunity and ridiculed his Wladimir Klitschko excuse.
Fury's public humiliation and dismantling of Haye left a lasting impression on the boxing community.
One YouTuber user commented: "This is and always will be for me the funniest press conference ever. Always makes me laugh, Fury's bantz here was on another level."
A second wrote: "Haye was shook. He was rattled by Tyson’s confidence. Amazing in hindsight."
A third added: "I actually feel for David Haye in this interview, Tyson just tearing him to pieces lol."
A fourth said: "Haye looked like he’d gone 12 rounds by the end of that press conference."
Fury continued his career without Haye following the two failed attempts, beating Christian Hammer and Dereck Chisora before stunning Klitschko for the world heavyweight titles.
He had to relinquish the titles after his much-publicised mental health struggles before rebounding with a victory over Deontay Wilder to reclaim a piece of the world heavyweight championship jigsaw.
His recent win over DIllian Whyte cemented his status as the No.1 heavyweight in world boxing, with Fury maintaining his brash persona since his meeting with Haye.
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