Tyson Fury reckons he will prove he is the future of heavyweight boxing by knocking out Zimbabwean born boxer Dereck Chisora and Wladimir Klitshcko.
The Manchester slugger faces Chisora next week for the British and Commonwealth titles and insists a win at Wembley Arena will hasten a showdown against world champ Klitschko.
Fury (22) who is on Klitschko’s hit list of future opponents, believes Haye let the side down with his performance in Hamburg.
He said: “I am a true heavyweight with a true heart and fight. Fans in Britain should not be worried about what’s coming next as it’s me.
“Haye is just a blown up cruiserweight, that much was exposed in Hamburg, but I am the real deal and looking to have a real tear-up with Klitschko.”
Chisora was due to fight Klitshcko for the world title earlier this year but that bout was postponed when the giant Ukrainian tore stomach muscles. He knows a victory over unbeaten Fury will again put him in line for a big pay day against Klitschko.
But Fury added: “First I’ll beat Chisora, then if Haye is still around, I’ll show him how it’s done and then it’s Klitschko’s turn.” —The Sun