After defeating Corey Anderson at UFC Fight Night 107 Manuwa calls out Haye.
David Haye, let’s do this. Dana White, Eddie Hearn, let’s make it happen. Why not have a fight with David Haye? We’re two of the hardest hitters in London. I think that the fight makes sense. Conor wants to fight Mayweather, why not have me against David Haye on the same card?
After Haye mocks McGregor’s loose-limbed training exercise:
McGregor responds, referencing Haye’s broken-toe excuse after losing to Wladimir Klitschko in 2011:
It’s a shoulder-loosening exercise. It gets the shoulders warmed up but you’ve got to do it correctly. I saw David Haye hit pads with it but you can’t hit pads when the shoulder’s disconnected. You hit when the shoulder is disconnected and you’ll do serious damage to yourself. And David Haye is a man who has pulled out of contests with a sore baby toe so he must be careful with the way he hits pads.