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White Label Services: Haye interested to take on Fury
By Andrew Scott Wednesday, 22 May 2013 06:40
Adam Booth said that David Haye is interested in a fight against fellow Brit Tyson Fury, although not before he takes on Manuel Charr, and white label services can’t wait to see what these fighters will ultimately do.
Haye had no choice but to postpone his bout in June against German heavyweight Charr because of a hand injury that he said would have to rest for “at least four weeks”, and many people that follow the boxer and deal with white label hope that it isn’t anything too serious.
White label services saw that he did not step inside the ring since last summer, when he beat Dereck Chisora, but hoped to schedule two fights in 2013 in his effort to move up in the rankings and turn into a mandatory challenger to one of the Klitschko brothers.
Booth and many people dealing white label who follow the boxer feel that plan could be fulfilled, starting with a rescheduled date to fight Charr, and considers a domestic match with Fury as a “natural fight” between two boxers looking to get shot at a world title.
“The plan is Manuel Charr then we will look at later on this year,” he told Sky Sports. “The plan is always to get two fights in this year.
And white label services would really like to see these fights take place.
“At this moment in time we are just assessing this injury.”
Regarding the potential fight with Fury, Booth added: “We are interested in the fight – it’s a huge domestic fight in the UK and if you look at their ranking in the top 10 of the WBC, it’s quite a natural fight in the absence of a world championship.
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“But right now David can’t hit a pad, let alone a person, so we just have to wait.”
White label services would like to see Haye in very good form as soon as possible, as they certainly would not mind seeing the boxer back in the ring.