John Fury says Haye is a “THIS PERSON”, doesn’t want him to comment on Tyson vs. Whyte on April 23
Via Scott Gilfoid: John Fury stands in front of David Haye, predicting victory for Dillian Whyte over Tyson Fury in their April 23 fight.
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John wants Haye to be banned by BT Sport from participating in Fury and Whyte’s match as one of their commentators for the broadcast from Wembley Stadium in London.
The way John sees it, 41-year-old Haye is envious of his inability to complete the things Tyson has done in his career.
Gilfoid doesn’t know why John is against Haye in favor of Whyte. Haye will probably be the only one to support Whyte throughout the broadcast, and that will make it even more interesting for fans.
“David Haye is not authorized to comment on that show,“John Fury said to talkSport Boxing. “David Haye needs to sit back in the stands where no one can see him.
“I made it pretty clear to Frank Warren. He [Haye] not allowed to comment on my son’s fight; if notthere will be problems,” John said of not wanting Haye in the Fury vs. Whyte on April 23.
“He is a hater. I I don’t want him near my family. His jealousy destroys him, and I don’t want him near the show.
“The kind of opponent you need to beat Tyson Fury – Dillian Whyte has all of those attributes,” says Haye. talk. “He can punch hard, he has a heart rate for days he has desire and belief in himself.
“I think Whyte will relieve sadness. I think this is what he’s been waiting for.”
Haye is right. Whyte could win this fight, especially if he doesn’t gasp after four rounds like Deontay Wilder did last October in his trio fight with Fury.
It is generally known that Deontay would have won that bout if he hadn’t been fudged after the fourth round because he took out Fury twice in that round.
I don’t understand why John made a big deal out of Haye doing the Fury-Whyte event for BT. If Fury isn’t good enough to beat Whyte, what difference does that make from what Haye says?
If other commentators are painting a picture unrelated to the reality of what is going on inside the ring, then why should Haye tell it like that?
Gilfoid hates the drizzle on John’s parade, but Fury is VERY beatable, and there’s a great chance Whyte will beat the daylights alive out of “Gypsy King” 6’9″ At night.
Who cares if Haye was one of the commentators of the night? If Fury’s ship had incurred a major leak on April 23 against Whyte, it would have made no difference if David had not been one of the members of the broadcasters. It can actually be interesting to hear Haye gloat then say to people, ‘I told you so.’
“The bigger picture, we know that the world would basically be on Dillian Whyte’s side, right?‘ said John Fury. John said: “They all supported Dillian Whyte because he was the man they expected to overthrow a king, but kings are not overthrown by people like him, especially when he has people like me.
As you can see, John seems VERY nervous about this Fury fight, and for a good reason. John knows it could end on Saturday, and he looks like he’s leaving it.
Whyte could end Fury’s two years of dominance as a WBC champion once and for all, which would be a good thing for the sport. Boxing needs a fresh dose of blood, and Whyte would be one of the perfect world champions.
“These boys are my life, nothing else. I suspect from looking at Dillian’s last performance that he could even hit Tyson unless Tyson was bored with him and wanted to rush into a 50-50 fight with him,” said John Fury.