Champion Haye to close curtain on Harrison
WBA heavyweight world champion David Haye has told Audley Harrison that he will knock him out and end his career for the public has the two clashed at todays press conference to anounce the’re up-coming fight at the M.E.N Arena in Manchester on 13th November.
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“I don’t believe Audley deserves a world title fight but fortunately for me there are enough people in Britain who want to see him get annihilated,” Haye, who defended his title against John Ruiz this year having beaten giant Russian Nikolai Valuev, told reporters.
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“The public want to finally close the curtain on the joke that is the Audley Harrison show…I want to see him stretched out for a final time.”
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Southpaw Harrison, 38, who knockout of Michael Sprott in April to win the European heavyweight title, says he knows all about Haye, his power and style and insists he will be victorious and claim Hayes crown.
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“I’m ecstatic to get a shot at the heavyweight title,” Harrison said. “I’ve tasted his power and punching in training and he never hurt me. Ten years on from my Olympic title I will shock the world.”
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“My left hand will at some point land on your chin,” he told Haye.
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This latest heavyweight battle of Britain is likely to become one of the biggest grossing fights staged in this country and with Sky Box Office broadcasting it as a PPV event and America intrigued by Haye, the fight is expected to gross well over £10 million giving both fighters the’re biggest ever purse.
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Sky Sports News had to stop their live television coverage at one point as both boxers traded expletives.
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Former cruiserweight world champion Haye, 29, has lost just one of his 25 professional fights and that was some years back down at cruiserweight to the Manchester’s Carl Thompson.
“Watching him get carried out on a stretcher for the final time is exactly what I want to see. I’m going to break him down and embarrass him,” Haye said.
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