David Haye vs Tyson Fury – The Haymaker is back

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David Haye vs Tyson Fury – The Haymaker is back

David Hayes eagerly-anticipated fight with Tyson Fury will see the former World Heavyweight Champion confront the title contender which will headline an exciting night of boxing at the Manchester Arena on Saturday 28th September. The showdown will finally decide a rivalry that was increased ever since the return of David Haye last year.

David Haye

David Haye will return for a second time to boxing after retiring, even after stating he wouldn’t come out of retirement unless it was a showdown with one of the Klitschko brothers. The Hayemaker came of out retirement to defeat Dereck Chisora convincingly last July, stamping his reputation as one of the World’s best boxers. The two-time World Champion has only been defeated twice in 28 fights, and won an impressive 24times by knockout. His most recognisable victory came against the seven-foot tall giant that is Nikolai Valuev that saw him claim the WBA World Heavyweight title.

Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury became the very first boxer to claim the British, Irish and Commonwealth heavyweight titles when he dramatically defeated Martin Rogan last year. Fury also has a prestige record with a 21 unbeaten stretch and returns to boxers following a spectacular win against the American Steve Cunningham at Madison Square Garden in April.

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Arena

The Manchester Arena situated in Manchester, England is an indoor arena with a capacity of 21,000. The Manchester Arena is amongst the largest indoor arenas in Europe which has been host to some spectacular performances from music performances and sporting events such as Boxing and Basketball. The Arena was also a key part of Manchester bid to host the Olympic games in 1996 and 2000 but due to the failure of receiving the games, it was eventually used during the 2002 Commonwealth games.

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