The eagerly anticipated fight between David Haye and Tyson Fury has finally been given the go-ahead and the two men met for a press conference on the last week.
It was - as expected - a fiery affair with both men saying they were going to knock the other man out.
So what can we expect on September 28?
Haye, having already been the world heavyweight champion of the world, has been through all the big fights and will be able to deal with the pressure.
Whereas, Fury is not used to these big fights so will he be able to handle the pressure going into the fight?
Fury is unbeaten in his last 21 fights with 15 KOs - so doesn’t know what it is like to lose.
So, he will be confident going into to the fight and although Fury is six inches taller than his competitor, Haye has proved over the years that height is not an issue for him beating the likes of Nikolai Valuev who is an incredible 7ft.
Fury has been knocked down several times before and saying in the press conference that he can’t take a punch which will be a huge advantage to Haye, as he has a record of beating opponents by knockout with only two fights having ended on points.
Fury, 24, is six years younger than Haye - which could be the difference between the two fighters. Haye is renowned for how quick he is, which may be a problem for Fury.
Haye will be Fury's most accomplished so it will be interesting to see how he will cope with the challenge.
It is a hugely anticipated fight with two British fighters and whatever happens it is likely to be very entertaining during the build up to the fight and once the bell rings for the fight to begin.
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