Heavyweight contender Tyson Fury believes leaving his friends and family behind in England and setting up an intense training camp in Belgium will stand him in good stead for when he faces David Haye in a pay per view heavyweight battle at the MEN Arena in Manchester on September 28.
The 25 year-old has been tucked away in the quiet town of Essen for the last two months with only his uncle and trainer Peter Fury and a handful of sparring partners for company and Tyson believes all the hard work will pay off on the night.
"All the boxing and all the training is going to pay off," Fury told Sky Sports News. "Every sacrifice that we’ve all made to be here and put this camp on, we are going to get rewarded for it on September 28th. Winning this fight means the world to me.
"It’s just about taking your time and not rushing things, just focusing on what you’re doing. I can get lackadaisical sometimes and just walk onto shots. You’re not allowed to do that, especially in heavyweight boxing.
"But Haye can think what he wants really. There’s only going to be one winner on the night and that’s me."
September 10, 2013