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A 24-Year-Old Tyson Fury Absolutely Rattling David Haye Will Never Get Old, He Had Him On Strings

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A 24-Year-Old Tyson Fury Absolutely Rattling David Haye Will Never Get Old, He Had Him On Strings

David Haye was genuinely shook when Tyson Fury launched a verbal assault during their press conference back in 2013, absolutely annihilating him in a legendary moment. 

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.  

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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.  

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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." 

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A fourth said: "Haye looked like he’d gone 12 rounds by the end of that press conference." 

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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. 

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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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Topics: Boxing, Tyson Fury, David Haye

Nasir Jabbar
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