David Haye laughed off the suggestion that Tyson Fury plans to take part in a kick boxing bout just one month after facing him in the boxing ring on September 28.
Haye and Fury clash in an all British heavyweight battle at the MEN Arena in Manchester in what will be the highest profiled domestic fight of the last few years.
Haye has mocked Fury’s decision to take part in a Kickboxing fight win or lose just a month later.
"If it was allowed, I’d let Tyson use his head, shoulders, knees and toes against me on September 28," said Haye. "He’ll need all of those sharp edges just to make the fight competitive.
"I’ve actually done a bit of kicking in my time - and started out doing karate at a young age - so I’m not too shabby in that department, either.
"But, in a fight, I wouldn’t need to use kicks to get the better of Fury. I’ll kick his backside from pillar to post, and that’s about it. And, to do that, all I’ll need is my left and right fists. Then, after I’ve finished with him, he can start looking at other career options."
September 11, 2013