Tyson Fury: David Haye fight will "excite paying customer"

Tyson Fury poses for photos after a press conference on March 7, 2013
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Tyson Fury feels that his fight with David Haye will be one of the best all-British heavyweight clashes of a generation.

Tyson Fury believes that his clash with David Haye will be remembered as one of the "most exciting fights in a long time."

The 'Furious One' meets the 'Hayemaker' on September 28 in a mouth-watering all-British heavyweight bout, and Fury feels that the fight itself will live up to the hype.

"I can't really make a prediction about rounds and so on, but I can say it is going to be one of the most exciting fights in a long time," Fury told Sky Sports News.

"Win, lose or draw, it is going to be very exciting for the paying customer. Haye was lucky [in his last fight] against Dereck Chisora. My guy almost had [him]. Chisora lost that fight, [Haye] didn't win it.

"I won't shake his hand because, for one, I don't know where it has been and two, he didn't shake hands with Wladimir Klitschko, so what he gives him the right to shake my hand? I've told him, there will be no handshakes, no nothing. I've told him I'm going to knock him out and that's what I'm going to do."

The fight will take place at the Manchester Evening News Arena.

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