Tyson Fury’s dad John calls out David Haye for fight in TV studio

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After initially challenging the former cruiserweight king in the ring, Tyson Fury’s dad John has vowed to settle his differences with Haye in BT Sport’s studios

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John Fury has continued his war of words with David Haye by challenging him to a fight in BT Sport’s TV studios.

Fury’s father and Haye have gone back and forth since Haye called out Tyson for a fight after his farcical exhibition win against Joe Fournier last month.

Haye is adamant he can upset the odds to hand Fury his first loss and says he won’t return to the ring unless it’s against the heavyweight world champion.

The 40-year-old backed Deontay Wilder to beat Fury in their trilogy earlier this month, with John labelling Haye as a “hater” who has nothing good to say about his son.

And whilst previously challenging Haye to a fight in the ring, John is now prepared to settle their differences in BT Sport’s studios.

Haye called for a fight with Tyson Fury last month

He told the True Geordie podcast : “He’s had his day in the sun. Let’s move on from David Haye now because at the end of the day the man’s nothing to talk about.

“I’ll tell him to his face. I’m up and down BT Sport every weekend every month if he wants to try pull me on it he can pull me on it and we’ll have a fight there and then. Fisticuffs, me and him.

“Like he don’t respect a Fury I don’t respect him. Enough said about him.”

Fury defended his WBC heavyweight title with a 11th round knockout of Wilder in their trilogy, putting a decisive end to their three-year rivalry.

The Brit – who has pondered with retirement since the win – will be ordered to face mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte if he can get past Otto Wallin next weekend.

Haye and Fury were scheduled to fight in 2013 and 2014, but the fight never happened after Haye pulled out with injuries on both occasions.

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Fury’s father commended Haye for his achievements in the ring, but thinks Haye’s punditry skills are dreadful as he knows nothing about the sport.

He continued: “I’ll have a wreath made early on him if he wants to get in with Tyson. Rest in peace David Haye, you silly man. He’s go no heart, no balls, no nowt. David Haye keep my son’s name out of your mouth.

“Don’t talk about Fury’s no more cause you ain’t good enough to talk about a Fury because you haven’t got a heart big enough to talk about you. Stay in your own lane and do some work punditry cause you’re useless at that as well.

“He don’t know his arse from his elbow. He’s a good fighter but he knows nothing about boxing. Nothing at all. How could somebody get it that wrong?

“Everytime Tyson fights, he’d give his right nut to get Tyson beat. He’s jealous of Tyson, he’s always been. When he looks at Tyson, he shakes in his boots. He was frightened stiff of this guy, and he still is.”

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