Tyson Fury believes a fight between himself and David Haye would be the biggest fight ever to happen in Britain.
There has been much speculation that the pair will clash with a bout at the end of September looking ever more likely.
Fury is unbeaten in his career and in his last fight, he knocked out American Steve Cunningham in New York.
The 25-year-old told Ringside: "It's the only fight that would ever make sense for Tyson Fury right now. I've fought the two Americans, the top Americans, and I've been to New York and fought at Madison Square Garden and now I'm ready to take over the division.
"If this fight does happen then I think this fight will be the biggest fight ever to enter a British boxing ring. The British fight fans and the British public are in for a real, real treat.”
Haye was due to fight Manuel Charr at the end of this month but had to pull out due to a hand injury, meaning his last fight was in July last year when he stopped fellow Brit Dereck Chisora.
However, it was only earlier this week that Haye tweeted that talks over a possible fight with Fury were moving slowly.
Unlike Fury, Haye has been beaten in his career and his last defeat came in 2011 when he lost via the judges decision to Wladimir Klitschko. Overall, Haye has lost twice in his 28 bouts.
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