David Haye told to pay up front if he wants Tyson Fury fight

English boxer David Haye has been told that he will have to provide a bank guarantee if he wants to have a shot at a fight against Tyson Fury.

The former two-divisional world champion in Heavyweight and Cruiserweight divisions is looking to make another comeback to the sport this year, and he is looking for major fights that will put him back on the map for another crack at the world championship belts. And Haye realises a matchup against the undefeated Fury will provide a much shorter route to that goal as he targets a return to the top of the rankings.

But having pulled out of proposed fights against his British rival twice in one year, David Haye has now been told that he will have to pay up front if he wants to tempt the reigning European and British champion into considering the fight.

Fury is the mandatory challenger to the World Boxing Organisation or the WBO Heavyweight Championship currently held by Wladimir Klitshcko after he defeated fellow Englishman Dereck Chisora. But he did put his ambitions of a shot at the world title on hold for a while when he agreed a £ 10 million bout against the 34 year old Haye.

Antonio Tarver Wants To Fight David Haye This Year

The American Boxer, Antonio Tarver’s main goal is to become the oldest winner of the world heavyweight title.

In order to do that he will have to defeat Wladimir Klitschko but he’ll have to defeat Haye first to get a chance at fighting Klitschko. The British boxer, David Haye hasn’t fought a Boxing match after he won against Dereck Chisora in 2012 in the month of July. Haye won that match by knockout. After 2010, Haye only fought two Boxing matches.

Tarver, who played Mason ‘the line’ Dixon character in the movie Rocky Balboa is a former world light heavyweight Champion. Tarver took a 13 month time out from boxing after which he returned to the ring in December and knocked out Jonathan Banks.

Cancelled David Haye fight has left Tyson Fury broke

It’s just over a year ago that British Heavyweight Tyson Fury was all set to land the fight of his life and a huge payday with a date set against former world champion David Haye which would have seen him pocket a cool £ 10 million.

But twice after a date for the bout had been set, his rival pulled out of the fight at the last possible minute, leaving Fury empty handed and furious. His bad luck continued when his scheduled bout against Dereck Chisora this past July was also postponed due to an injury sustained by his rival.

And that has led Fury to count the cost of his inactivity this past one year.

According to Fury, he is in such dire straits and need of cash that he cannot even afford to pay the £ 15,000 fine that has been imposed on him by the British Boxing Board of Control for a foul mounted rant at a press conference earlier this summer.

Fury, who still hopes to set up a fight against David Haye sometime in the future, said that the board must wait until after the rescheduled fight for him to make the payment, adding that he is not going to run away for as little as fifteen grand.

Around this time last year, Fury was set for his biggest payday after his proposed clash against the former World Boxing Association or WBA Heavyweight champion David Haye was sanctioned and a date set for a fight at the Manchester Arena.

Fury said that one time, he was rubbing his hands in glee as he had struck a lottery but now he is absolutely broke. He says the cost for training is a lot and one can’t prepare for all that and he hopes things will turn with the Chisora fight.