Haye expects Wilder to have too much for Fury in Los Angeles
David Haye says he is “leaning pretty heavily” towards Deontay Wilder beating Tyson Fury in their heavyweight showdown tonight. British challenger Fury faces Wilder at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, with the WBC world heavyweight title on the line.
Fury fights his most explosive opponent just 14 rounds into a comeback that follows an absence of more than two-and-a-half years, and he also represents Wilder’s most difficult challenger.
But former world champion Haye is predicting a stoppage victory for the American.
“This is the most excited I have been about a fight since Anthony Joshua versus Wladimir Klitschko in 2017, and I believe it’s the most important one since that Wembley showdown,” said Haye.