Tyson Fury and David Haye shared an amusing live TV interview on Saturday night.
The heavyweights, who had a planned fight scrapped back in 2013/14, were both on punditry duty to watch top prospect Daniel Dubois in action.
Fury and Haye reunited
Thankfully though, the pair are now on good terms and were able to laugh together about Haye’s pre-fight prediction before Fury’s rematch with Deontay Wilder.
Haye famously believed the American champion would win by KO and was emphatically proved wrong.
He admitted on Saturday: “Tyson asserted himself in that first round as he did after he got knocked down in the first fight.
“In the end of the 12th round of the first fight, he completely bossed it. He just carried it straight on from that last fight.”
Haye was never amused by Fury back in 2013
Fury added: “It is what it is. It’s boxing, everyone’s allowed their own opinions on who you think will win.
“That’s what makes the heavyweight division interesting.
“People sometimes look at me and think, ‘He’s fat, he’s bald, he’s ugly to watch.’
“But I get the results, don’t I?”
The WBC champion later said: “Here’s an interesting fact.
“Me, the old feather duster here who can’t crack an egg, has beaten the number one and number four biggest punchers in the heavyweight division.
“The WBC did a thing, one to ten, the biggest punchers in heavyweight history.
“Number one was Wilder, number four was Klitschko and Mr Feather Duster’s beat them both.
“And I’m about to beat another one in the top ten, AJ, so that’ll be three knockout masters by one feather duster. Not bad, is it?”