Tyson Fury believes a fight between him and David Haye would be the biggest fight in Britain ever.
And it seems the fight is nearly made as promoter Eddie Hearn has admitted that a clash on September 28 in Manchester was nearly finalised.
“It’s the only fight that would ever make sense for Tyson Fury right now,” the unbeaten 25-year-old said.
“If this fight does happen then I think this fight will be the biggest fight ever to enter a British boxing ring. The British fight fans and the British public are in for a real real treat.#
“When it comes to talking there’s no one better than me and David Haye for entertainment and excitement. It’s a 50-50 fight, we’re all-action fighters and when we do get in there it will be a war, like the words will be.”
And Fury believes he would be to good for Haye if they do meet.
“As far as I’m concerned I’m the No 1 heavyweight in the UK.
“Haye is a pretender and a celebrity who likes to live a celebrity’s lifestyle. But I’m an active fighter and it’s a man who’s had two fights in two years against a man who’s had lots of fights in two years.
“I’ve been busy against world class fighters and it will tell on the night.”