Haye thinks ALL of his sparring partners would beat Tyson Fury
By Scott Gilfoid: David Haye (26-2, 24 KO’s) thinks everyone of his murderer’s row of sparring partners would defeat his September 28th opponent Tyson Fury (21-0, 15 KO’s) if given the chance to fight the 6’9″, weak-punching fighter. Haye’s sparring partners in his training camp are as follows: Deontay Wilder, Mariusz Wach, Alexander Dimitrenko and Richard Towers.
Haye seems to lather on the praise something thick for the talentd 6’7″ Deontay, saying that he believes Deontay would stop Fury with a single power shot to the head. I happen to agree with Haye 100% in that belief.
Haye said this about his sparring partners as quoted by Fightnews “One shot from Deontay would do the trick…each of them would make Fury look silly in a fight. Wilder would spark him, Wach would maul him from pillar to post, and Towers and Dimitrenko would out-box him.”
I agree with Haye on this. Wilder would devastate Fury with one of his big right hands and the fight would be over in one round. Fury would probably run and lean way over the ropes backwards to try and keep from getting hit in the head by Deontay, but it wouldn’t work because Deontay would reach him with his long arms and get Fury out of there quickly.
Wach hits really hard as well, and I could see him walking Fury down and unloading on him with a big right hand that stuns him. Once Wach had Fury on weak legs, he would open up with a snowstorm of punches to finish him off quick.
Dimitrenko and Towers would give Fury problems with their boxing. I given both of them a slight edge over Fury. Not a big edge but a slight edge. Dimitrenko is more athletic than Fury and can do a lot more things in the ring than him. With no worries about getting hit with anything big due to Fury’s weak punches, Dimitrenko would be able to calmly out-box him over 12 rounds. Towers is better than Fury, but it would be close if he didn’t jump on Fury immediately to gain his respect and put him down once or twice.