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Fury: Cain Velasquez is a P*ssy Boy, MMA is Bullsh*t

By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes

Undefeated heavyweight contender Tyson Fury says the challenge still stands to UFC champion Cain Velasquez (11-2, 9KOs). Shortly after Velasquez captured the UFC crown for a second time, Fury (20-0, 14KOs) called him out to a showdown and he doesn't care if it takes place in a boxing ring or the octagon. Fury makes his American debut on Saturday night against former cruiserweight champion Steven Cunningham at the Theater in Madison Square Garden.

"I challenged Cain Velasquez to a fight three times, but he's a little p*ssy boy. He said no on live TV. I would take Cain Velasquez out. MMA to me is bullsh*t. It's for people who can't box and like wrestling on the floor. That's all I think about MMA...rubbish," Fury said.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by hugh grant on 04-20-2013

I wouldnt mess with that jon jones cat though.

Comment by marvelousmatt on 04-20-2013

[QUOTE=Jhp;13264761]Let's be real here, any heavyweight MMA fighter who could beat top tier heavyweight boxers would make ten times more money in boxing. That being said, any boxer who steps into the MMA octagon without training is going to get…

Comment by hugh grant on 04-19-2013

[QUOTE][/QUOTE]ha ha, Fury having a go at everyone, typical gypsy boy. But he should concentrate on Cunningham, and i mean concentrate, as Fury seems too hyped up and might get carried away and expose himself to danger against Cunningham. Even…

Comment by Phantomas on 04-19-2013

Meh, another mediocre hw boxer with a big mouth.

Comment by Bigg Rigg on 04-19-2013

This dude talks way too much

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