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Old 01-10-2013, 03:26 PM
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Fury wants no part of Price at the moment, that's been obvious for a while. He's high risk, low reward. Fury can get to where he needs to be without tackling Price so why risk the L?

I'm not sure Price will win, but Price has the power which Fury doesn't. Price is far more skilled, but Fury has improved massively in the last year, he was kind of a joke before, to me anyway.

Price's defence still worries me though. He has great offensive tools, but even a fat, old Matt Skelton was putting it on him at ease. Someone younger, fresher, with power, who can cope with Price's best shots might give him a tough time.

I wish more UK fighters would follow Amir Khan's path of upping sticks and relocating in America and learning their trade properly. Preferably before getting knocked out by Breidis Prescott. The UK scene is thriving right now, but I still don't see many escape the domestic scene and realise their full potential. Imagine if Price just said 'F*ck it' and went and trained with Freddie or Virgil, or even Floyd Sr, to brush up that shifty defence. We've got some talented cats, just look at the 2012 Olympics, but do we have the trainers to get them to the top? Rob McCracken can't do it all on his own.

Last edited by cameltoe; 01-10-2013 at 03:28 PM.
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