Haye's statement came on the heels of Fury's comment, which called Haye a 'pussy' and declared that he will make Haye quit 'like the bitch he is'.
According to The Guardian, although the former world champion acknowledged Fury's fighting qualities, he however, said that Fury's courage would be his downfall, adding that he does not see Fury going past two rounds in any shape or form as he (Haye) will 'cut down the range' and beat him as he feels 'fitter, stronger and faster' than before.
Stating that he hoped that Fury does not crumble as he is a bit mentally volatile, Haye however, paid tribute to Fury's Gypsy heritage, saying that gypsies have got a lot of heart and give their everything in a fight if they manage to remain in it till the end.
But, Haye further said that a win over Fury is no more than a warm-up for a fight against Vitali Klitschko, the brother of the WBC champion Vladimir Klitschko, who defeated Haye a year ago, adding that boxer-cum MP had mentioned fighting against him as he might be needing votes.
The report mentioned that Haye is entitled to complacency as he practised against quality sparring partners brought in by his trainer Adam Booth, in the form of unbeaten American knockout specialist Deontay Wilder and giant British heavyweight Richard Towers.
--ANI (Posted on 19-09-2013)