Former world heavyweight champion David Haye is relishing the prospect of seeing Anthony Joshua come face to face with Tyson Fury after their lucrative showdown was confirmed for August 14 in Saudi Arabia.
Haye, who retired after his second loss to Tony Bellew in 2018 and now manages contender Derek Chisora, believes a handful of crucial factors will determine who gets the better of their eagerly awaited meeting.
Here, Haye talks tactics with the PA news agency – revealing who he thinks will come out on top – and how.
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