London, July 12 (ANI): British heavyweight David Haye exchanged vicious words with rival Tyson Fury, renaming Fury as Dyson Furry as they came ace-to-face in London ahead of their blockbuster bout on September 28 in Manchester.
Haye, who had been out of the boxing ring for a year, had knocked out his fellow Brit Dereck Chisora in his last fight with one of the most powerful punches of his career, The Sun reports.
In an explosive battle of words, Haye said that Fury is going to have a taste of the particular shot that felled Chisora, and eat the canvas dust if he leaves himself open to that particular shot, adding that he will be calling Fury as Dyson Furry after the fight.
However, Fury did not remain silent, slamming Haye, nicknamed Motormouth, as a little tart and bitch, and saying that he is glad that Haye had signed the contract as he is nothing but a little girl who is interested in nothing but fame and fortune.
Further showering more insults, Fury said that he does not give a 's***' about celebrity lifestyle like Haye, and is interested only in fighting and winning matches, adding that he can beat Haye easily.
Fury further said that he is confident that his name will be on everyone's lips, adding that it would be the last fight of Haye, who will also lose the bout.
Haye 'retired' after losing his WBA crown to Wladimir Klitschko in 2011, blaming a toe injury for his 'no-show', although he remains convinced he could recapture it, the report added. (ANI)