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David Haye: Fury fight discussions moving slowly

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David Haye has revealed via his Twitter page that a fight with Tyson Fury is being talked about but discussions are slow.

There has been much speculation that the two heavyweights will clash with many fans wanting the fight to go ahead.

Haye tweeted: "I read that Fury thinks a fight with me and himself is '99% Done' HAHA At best I’d say there's light discussions, that are moving slowly."

Haye has won 26 out of his 28 fights, all but two of the wins coming by way of knockout. He lost to Wladimir Klitschko in 2011 and retired soon after only to return to the ring last year to beat Derek Chisora.

Haye was due to fight Manuel Charr at Manchester Arena on at the end of this month, however, the fight was called off due to Haye suffering a hand injury.

Fury on the other hand has never lost a bout, having won all of his 21 fights, 15 of them by way of knockout.

His last fight was an IBF Title Eliminator against Steve Cunningham in which he knocked the American out in the seventh round.


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