EXCLUSIVE: Fury says fans will pick my future oppo’s after I beat Haye

Tyson Fury says he will let fight fans pick his opponents after he’s bashed David Haye next month.
The winner of the Fury-Haye clash in Manchester on Saturday, September 28 could be in line for a world-title shot.
But Fury says he’s not chasing belts, just big fights.    
“I’ve changed my mind about how I feel about boxing,” said the gypsy warrior.
“Titles and belts mean nothing. It’s not all about sanctioning bodies. I just want to be in great fights and I could let the public decide who I fight after Haye.
“They demanded the Haye fight and made it happen, so I might ask the public who they want me to fight after I’ve beaten him.
“I see myself fighting Haye, Klitschko, Klitschko and there’s nobody else after that. Maybe Lennox Lewis if I can tempt him back into the ring.
“If George Foreman can box at world level when he’s nearly 50, why can’t Lennox ? Beating him would prove I am the greatest-ever heavyweight to come from Britain.”
Haye is one of just seven British fighters to hold a version of the world heavyweight championship – and Fury says his “size, strength and heart” will be too much for him.
“The fella punches harder than me and is faster than me,” admitted the former British and Commonwealth champion, “but on the other hand I’m bigger and I have bigger balls and I don’t need any more than that.
“His balls are like peas compared to mine.
“He is not as awkward as Steve Cunningham (who Fury beat in seven rounds in April). I see me getting on top of him and beating him up.
“I’ve been waiting for this fight for a long, long time. Years ago when I was a teenager I went and said hello to him and he looked at me like I was rubbish.”

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