Haye's trainer and business partner Adam Booth confirmed: “We have sent Fury the contract.”
Fury said on Twitter: “I’ll fight Haye tomorrow. I’ll sign the contract first thing Monday morning if Haye is willing. He can have it all his own way. Let’s get going.”
Traveller Fury is well known for his outrageous Tweets, and joked that Haye's offer of a 50/50 split would not allow him to buy the new caravan that he's after.
But it's being reported that the proposed fight, which will be screened on either Sky Box Office or Richard Desmond's PPV channel Primetime, could net the heavyweights as much as £5m each.
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