Tyson Fury vows to end David Haye's boxing career

Tyson Fury poses for photos after a press conference on March 7, 2013
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Tyson Fury suggests that he will end David Haye's boxing career if he defeats the heavyweight in September's bout in Manchester.

Tyson Fury has insisted that David Haye will not have "anywhere to go" if he loses the heavyweight bout between the pair.

The fighters will go toe to toe in the ring at Manchester Arena on September 28, and Fury is confident that he will "expose" his opponent.

"Haye won't have anywhere to go after I've beaten him," Fury told BBC Radio 5 Live. "When I expose David Haye, he's going to look quite bad. There aren't many big fights out there and this is the biggest fight in world boxing at any weight."

Fury, who is known as the 'Furious One', recently claimed that he will refuse to shake hands with Haye ahead of the bout.

Tyson Fury poses for photos after a press conference on March 7, 2013
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