Adam Booth: 'David Haye would fight Tyson Fury'

Booth: 'Haye would fight Fury'
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Trainer Adam Booth reveals that David Haye is ready to fight Tyson Fury later in the year.

Trainer Adam Booth has called on unbeaten British heavyweight Tyson Fury to back up his interest in fighting David Haye.

Fury has claimed that he would end the 32-year-old's career should they meet in the ring, and Booth believes that the potential bout is the most "natural heavyweight fight" available.

Booth told The Sun: "David against Fury is the most natural heavyweight fight out there. It is the most logical high-profile fight in Great Britain, if not the world, right now.

"Both boxers are great entertainers. Fury is doing a great job inside and outside the ring and David is a former two-weight world champion.

"I am waiting to make contact with Fury's promoter to see if the interest expressed in some of his comments are genuine or just hot air from a young fighter."

Haye is scheduled to name the opponent for his comeback fight within the next week, while Fury stopped American Steve Cunningham inside seven rounds last weekend.

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