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David Haye thinks boxing won’t be the same without Tyson Fury, who’s facing a ban after admitting cocaine use to battle depression.

Fury is also the subject of a UK Anti-Doping investigation, but Haye believes the Mancunian heavyweight, can return to boxing more focused after his ban.

“The worst case scenario is that he gets a two-year ban,” Haye said.

“It sounds terrible, but I have just come off three and half years out of the ring, and a year later, I am in a position where I could be fighting for titles. I am healthy and fit.

“He’s had no injuries, so he’s got no wear and tear, he’s not been busted up or beaten up.

“Hopefully he gets a short ban, maybe six months, enough time to get his head right, get his training situation in the right place and he can then make an assault back on the heavyweight division.

“The heavyweight division will miss him.”

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