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 Last update:  1/23/2012       Read more by Steve Lillis         
   
David Price at MSG in March, Then Fury in April or May?
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By Steve Lillis, courtesy of The Daily Star

DAVID PRICE is set for a dream Madison Square Garden debut after sensationally knocking out John McDermott in 73 seconds.

The Olympic bronze medallist’s triumph in front of his hometown fans at Liverpool Olympia won him the English heavyweight title and earned a shot at British and Commonwealth champion Tyson Fury.

Before tackling his fellow unbeaten rival, Price could box on the Sergio Martinez-Matthew Macklin undercard in New York on March 17.

Promoter Frank Maloney said: “The Fury fight is unlikely to happen until late April or May, so David will box in March and there is a real possibility that fight will be in America.

“I have spoken to a ­couple of American promoters, Lou DiBella and Kathy Duva. I am going over to meet them next week to try and finalise something.

“He could fight on Lou’s show at Madison Square Garden or there is another bill in Texas around the same time which would give exposure on American terrestrial television.”

Price and Maloney fear that Fury may avoid their clash by relinquishing both titles after his career-best display against McDermott.

Price said: “Fury will want to fight to save face because he knows his ‘fighting man’ reputation will go if he avoids me.

“I think his management might go a different route, but I hope they don’t. It is a fight the public want to see and that I want.”

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comment by right hand jab, on 01-23-2012
[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK]Del Boy is clearly better than both of them[/QUOTE] "clearly"?...I think not! Chisora had his chance against Fury, but lacked the professionalism required to turn up at a highly important bout in shape. He's also too small, and lacks the power necessary to be considered a...

comment by right hand jab, on 01-23-2012
[QUOTE=Pretty Boy32]David Price is a bum, he has been fighting only bums too. Like all british fighters, he fights nobodies and idiot brit fans who know nothing about the sport buy the hype. Fuck em.'[/QUOTE] Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, thanks for that one, an American having the bare faced cheek to ...

comment by Tobi.G, on 01-23-2012
[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK]Exactly. He still had Fury out on his feet at times in that fight if I remember right. Fury was in the best shape of his life and Del Boy was in the worst.[/QUOTE] When you watch Chisora against Fury and Chisora aginst helenius you think its another man. He was not ju...

comment by Alonzo Harris, on 01-23-2012
[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK]Exactly. He still had Fury out on his feet at times in that fight if I remember right. Fury was in the best shape of his life and Del Boy was in the worst.[/QUOTE] yeah i think he got wobbled Early but then Chisora gassed out. Tbh Chisora's shape in that fight was ...

comment by Dirk Diggler UK, on 01-23-2012
[QUOTE=Roger08]Waiting for someone to bring up the fact Fury beat Chisora... (although obviously Chisora was well out of shape for that fight and not motivated)[/QUOTE] Exactly. He still had Fury out on his feet at times in that fight if I remember right. Fury was in the best shape of ...

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