Written by dulcie gabbani
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Topics: Boxing, David Haye

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

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Promoter Bunny Warren announced at a press conference this morning that the eagerly awaited punch up between two of Britain's biggest attention seekers would be going ahead on the 14th July. As both fighters don't have a licence to fight in the UK, the fight has been approved by the boxing board of Uzbekistan.

This fight has been in the making since their famous TV punch-up a couple of months ago. Warren stated "You need big names to attract a big audience, and sadly the only big name in the frame is me. The amount of interest in the fight has meant we have had to move it to a bigger venue, and now the fight will take place in the function room of the Kings Head pub in Acton. This fight is massive, its going to attract an audience of hundreds, and maybe a couple more".

It is expected that tickets will be at a premium, and experts within the sport believe prices could get as high as £15 on the black market.

It was hoped that Sky would take the fight on its Pay per View channel, but the amount of interest shown by the public, led them to comment "Piss off".

Boxing fan, Harry Leftuk told us "Its not really a proper fight is it, its just a couple of pillocks wanting to beat the shit out of each other, and get paid for it, the cheeky bastards".

"They could have sorted this out on some pub car park one night and have done with it"

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