Haye faces Fury in Manchester on September 28 but the 25-year-old Wythenshawe-born boxer plans to compete in October’s kickboxing contest in Bucharest regardless of the result against Haye.
However, former WBA world heavyweight champion Haye has said that Fury will fail with both punches in September and then with kicks a month later.
“If it was allowed, I'd let Tyson use his head, shoulders, knees and toes against me on September 28,” said Haye. “He'll need all of those sharp edges just to make the fight competitive.
“I've actually done a bit of kicking in my time – and started out doing karate at a young age – so I'm not too shabby in that department, either. But, in a fight, I wouldn't need to use kicks to get the better of Fury.
“I'll kick his backside from pillar to post, and that's about it. And, to do that, all I'll need is my left and right fists. Then, after I've finished with him, he can start looking at other career options.”
Though Londoner Haye doesn’t believe Fury is capable of succeeding in kickboxing, he does admit that a change in career would reflect his opponent’s quirky personality.
He added: “Fury's a whacky guy and a proper fighting man, so he probably thinks he can conquer the world right now.”
“He has said it himself: he's the greatest fighter to ever live. At first I just assumed he meant in the field of boxing, but perhaps Fury genuinely believes he can jump into other sports and do the business there, too.
“I've already heard him call out UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez - another heavyweight who'd smash Fury to pieces – and maybe he can also slip that mismatch into his schedule once I've knocked him out in September and he's been head-kicked to the floor in October. The UFC champion can wrestle him to the ground and complete a humiliating hat-trick."