David Haye rips into "Wacky" Tyson Fury & says UFC Champ Cain Velasquez smashes Fury to Pieces
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David Haye rips into "Wacky" Tyson Fury & says UFC Champ Cain Velasquez smashes Fury to Pieces
By Johnny Benz, Doghouse Boxing (Sept 11, 2013)

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What does David Haye think of Tyson Fury calling out two-time and current UFC Heavyweight Champ, Cain Velasquez? Haye thinks Fury's a "whacky guy" and the fight with the UFC champ would be a "mismatch".

Haye faces Tyson on Sept 28 (In Manchester), was quoted by Reuters in regards to Fury's wanting to conquer other combat sports.

Quoted by the media publication, Haye stated: "Fury's a whacky guy and a proper fighting man, so he probably thinks he can conquer the world right now."

According to some reports, Fury will be part of an October kickboxing contest in Bucharest (Romania), and also wants to fight in the UFC.

Regarding claims that Tyson wants Cain Velasquez, Haye went on to add: "I've already heard him call out UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez.... another heavyweight who'd smash Fury to pieces.... and maybe he can also slip that mismatch into his schedule once I've knocked him out in September and he's been head-kicked to the floor in October. The UFC champion can wrestle him to the ground and complete a humiliating hat-trick."

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