David Haye declares he still wants Tyson Fury fight after Gypsy King's Deontay Wilder KO


    However, Haye feels both himself and Fury would also rake in significant amounts of money if they were to fight each other, as viewers from around the world would flock to see the two Brits take bout.

    “I know how big-time boxing works, and when he works out what money is generated, with a Haymaker fight versus any of the other options, although they may be on paper more respectable, he knows it’s out there,” Haye continued.

    “In the back of my mind, if it doesn’t happen in the next year, then it might happen in 10 years’ time.”

    Haye has not fought competitively since being beaten by Tony Bellew for a second consecutive time at the O2 arena in 2018.

    The 40-year-old retired with an impressive 28-4 record, in which 26 of those victories were won by knockout.

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