John Fury tells David Haye he will ‘regret’ showing up at Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte

Haye famously chose Tyson Fury for his trilogy of fights with Deontay Wilder as well as his fight with Wladimir Klitschko, drawing the wrath of the heavyweight champion’s father

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Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte press conference

John Fury has slammed David Haye and insisted he will ‘regret’ taking cover his son Tyson’s next heavyweight title defense.

The former cruiserweight and heavyweight champion has famously fought Wladimir Klitschko and a trilogy with Fury in his four world heavyweight title fights Deontay Wilder. And after once again picking the Brit to lose, this time for Dillian Whyte on saturday the father of the champion applied to be excluded from the expert service.

However, BT Sport have confirmed that Haye will be present and also involved in the broadcast, much to the elder Fury’s chagrin. He has stated the ex-fighter, who returned to the ring for a brief show comeback last September, will not be welcome at the event.

“Don’t talk about jealous lunatics,” Fury said in an interview with iFL TV, who claims Haye is jealous of his son’s heavyweight achievements. “I’m telling you, he can’t be here.

“Because if it is, they will regret it. As David Haye comments on this fight, I’m telling you now, David, you’ve shot your mouth off one too many times and it’s too far. When you get there, buddy, put on your tin hat because you’re going to need it, that’s all I’m saying.

“All the other people are alumni, what are they now? They spent all the money they had. They had millions of pounds and they don’t have the brains to invest it, they’re skinny members blowing off blue tick companies for a few pounds.

“Let me tell you something, it’s like p***ing in the ocean. You can give them all the money in the world, and such people are of no use to them because smarter people take everything from them.”

Haye has argued that Fury was overreacting and said he had made his fair share of predictions in favor of his former rival. The pair were scheduled to fight twice but the bouts were canceled due to injuries and their feud was never resolved in the ring.

“I took action against it Tyson Fury four times,” Haye explained to TalkSPORT after admitting he was involved in a rivalry with the elder Fury. “The three times he fought Deontay Wilder and Wladimir Klitschko.

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“All the other fights, I thought he was going to win. This is another fight. On paper he should win this fight. He’s never lost before, he’s the champion, he’s in his homeland – on paper he should win.

“But I love an underdog. I know Dillian Whyte, I’ve trained with him myself, I know how effective he is and that’s how I see it. He’s a very, very tough hitter. He deposed Joseph Parker. Parker has a granite jawline and he laid it down. He KO’d some amazing fighters with that left hook.”

And Haye has been assured he will be on the show tomorrow night, adding: “John Fury feels I’m too biased, maybe just as he might be a little bit biased about this fight tomorrow night.

“But let the best man win. I comment they brought me here especially for this one. They said, ‘Don’t worry about John Fury, we really want you here’.”

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