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    Id be very surprised if this fight takes place looks like haye is calling his bluff. Even if fury agrees to it I think hell pick up an " injury" in training and have to call it off.

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    I think fury believes his own hype. I'm surprised his uncle and his team are allowing him to fight haye. He'll get a big payday, but if the fight goes as I expect he won't be getting many more. He could get a shot at the title without fighting haye, and when he gets smashed it'll set him back a couple of years at the very least

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    He'll bang around for years even after Haye puts him away, proof is Fraudley, look how many fights he has had that really, he shouldn't have. Division is so thin these days if you can climb up the apron unassisted you can get a fight at HW, probably for one of the title's.
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    Looks confirmed! Can't wait! It will be my first live event at the MEN.
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    Yeah I'll be going! I'm not even slightly concerned about there being an upset. Wonder who'll be on the undercard, froch vs groves as he's another booth fighter? Would like to see it but can't see Carl playing second fiddle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny Ninja View Post
    Yeah I'll be going! I'm not even slightly concerned about there being an upset. Wonder who'll be on the undercard, froch vs groves as he's another booth fighter? Would like to see it but can't see Carl playing second fiddle
    Absolutely zero chance of this happening, Froch's next fight is scheduled to be in late November according to Eddie Hearn. I think we could very well see Scott Quigg fighting for the World title as chief support.

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    I'd be happy to see quigg vs frampton, I think frampton fights in a couple of weeks? Don't suppose that will happen yet though!

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    Quigg is mandatory for the WBA title and the fight has to take place around September and also he is from the Manchester area. Hearn co-promotes Haye and promotes Groves, so he could easily get Quigg on the card. I think you may see some of Hearn's Liverpool fighters on the bill also.

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    Haye within 6 rounds. Or even 4 I think he will play with him for 1st 3 rounds, then break him dwn in 5th and 6th,

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