Tyson Fury Warms Up for David Haye by Lifting Railway Sleepers
Tyson Fury takes on David Haye in an all-British megafight on September 28 and he has been limbering up by, amongst other things, lifting railway sleepers.
Fury and Haye will settle their differences in the ring in front of the Sky Sports cameras and the network have been working hard on the promotion of the fight in recent weeks.
They caught up with Fury at his training base in Belgium and filmed scenes for the advert that will be aired to promote the fight.
Fury was filmed skipping through a Bay Tree nursery, jogging down a disused railway line and hauling railway sleepers above his head.
The media commitments are part and parcel of promoting a big fight, and Fury is happy with the attention.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Fury said: “I am a natural when it comes to talking and speaking to the cameras, it is something I do best, so it is not hard for me.”
Looking ahead to the fight, in an interview with Sky Sports, Fury had words of warning for Haye:
I want to win this fight more than anything.
He's nothing special, he hasn't got 16 arms or three heads or whatever. He's just a normal man with a pair of gloves on, made of blood and bones.
I don't fear him one percent.
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