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Boxing Betting: Haye confident of defeating Fury and wants to face the Klitschkos
By Andrew Scott Saturday, 3 August 2013 02:53
Boxing betting fans learned that David Haye is not very worried at all over his fight with Tyson Fury, and already dreams of getting a shot at a world title against Wladimir or Vitali Klitschko.
On September 28, the Londoner who makes very good boxing odds will face an undefeated Fury in Manchester, in a clash that Haye describes as being “great for British boxing” – and boxing betting fans all over the UK could not agree more.
Price per head services saw that the former world champion was defeated twice in 28 fights – most recently in 2011 by Wladimir Klitschko in a world heavyweight unification clash – and his boxing betting fans were thrilled when they saw that he beat Dereck Chisora in July 2012.
Haye told Sky Sports News: “After I’ve won this fight I’ll be looking to get a world title shot with Vitali or Wladimir Klitschko and that’s why I’m taking this fight.
“It’s a fight for the fans and it gets me closer to fighting a big guy, getting used to having a big guy all over me and when it comes to fighting Vitali or Wladimir it is not going to be a stress.”
Price per head services found out that Fury, 24-years-old, is confident of beating Haye after having defeated American Steve Cunningham in April to continue unbeaten in his 21 fights, and boxing betting fans can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring this time around.
However, Haye is a clear favourite but is very cautious of complacency.
“I’m 32 and he’s 24 and he’s a young hungry lion,” Haye added. “In my early career I took it for granted that I would turn up and knock the guy out.
“I have realised that everybody is on their A game and everybody raises their level. They are stronger, fitter, faster and more determined. I’ve had to increase my training and make sure I’m fitter and faster.”
And pay per head sportsbooks found out that Adam Booth, Haye’s trainer, was also cautious of Fury’s talent, and appears to be confident that his fighter will come through his latest challenge, where the boxing odds will be very closely followed.
“Tyson’s prepared to come up close and hook to the head and he likes to punch short,” Both told Sky Sports News.
“Every fighter has weaknesses and Tyson has his.
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“Some are apparent and some that don’t always show themselves and they are the ones David will exploit.”