Haye vows to shut up 'mouthy' Fury during Manchester clash

London, Sept 17 (ANI): British boxing star David Haye has warned his mouthy opponent Tyson Fury that he likes nothing more than silencing opponents who are all talk and no action, ahead of their clash at the Manchester Arena on September 28.

Fury had challenged Haye that no heavyweight has done what he is going to do (to Haye).

However, the Daily Star reports that the WBA heavyweight champion Haye has vowed to shut up Fury during their meeting, adding that although Fury talks a lot, he would not be able to fight as he (Haye) will destroy him absolutely.

The report mentioned that the unbeaten Fury, who has returned to Britain after a tough training camp in Belgium, hinted that he would spring a big surprise on Haye by showing off a fresh bag of tricks, although Haye dismissed the threat as 'empty words' and said that every opponent has got a great plan until he 'punches them in the face'.

Haye, who lost his WBA belt to Wladimir Klitschko by a unanimous decision in Hamburg in 2011, wants to defeat Fury in order to earn a world title shot and earn a rematch with Klitschko.

According to Haye, although he has got bigger fish to fry than Fury, he will not disrespect Fury and intended to make his plans go his way. (ANI)

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