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 Last update:  4/11/2013       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
Fury: David Price Has No Brains, Haye Wants To Act
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By Ryan Burton

Tyson Fury (20-0) is less than two weeks away from his debut on U.S. soil against Steve "USS" Cunningham. The fight takes place in New York on April 20th. Over the past couple of years heavyweight contenders based out of the UK such as David Haye, David Price, Dereck Chisora and Fury have had more than a few verbal battles. On the latest edition of BoxingScene Radio, I asked Fury for his opinion on why the UK based lot are so talkative.

"Take David Price out of it because he is like the Tin Man and Scarecrow because he has no brains. Chisora, no one can dechiper what he says. So really it is just David Haye and I that talk a lot," Fury stated.

Haye recently announced that he is going to return to the ring this summer. I asked the Irishman what he thinks about the former two-division champion's return and his ability as a fighter.

"He doesn't really fight a lot but when he does he doesn't want to fight anyone. He won't fight any of the top contenders. He doesn't fight anybody that is any good and the one time he does he runs around the ring and wouldn't fight against Wladimir (Klitschko). I think that he wants to be an actor and he really doesn't want to be a fighter anymore," Fury told BoxingScene Radio.

Fury is looking at his upcoming fight against Cunningham as another step towards his goal of becoming the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. He will probably have more fans in the crowd than his American opponent even though the fight is being fought on U.S. soil.

"To be honest I don't really know what type of crowds Cunningham draws. I don't know if he will have more fans than me. I know that the Irish will be out there to support me and I plan on putting on a great show for them," Fury stated.

You can listen to the interview in its entirety by clicking here: http://tobtr.com/s/4530497

Send questions or comments to ringsidewriter@gmail.com Follow Ryan on Twitter @ringsidewriter and tune in to BoxingScene Radio, BoxingScene's official audio on Tuesdays from 6-8PM PST. The show is hosted by Ernie Gabion, Luis Sandoval and Ryan Burton.

Tags: David Haye , Steve Cunningham , David Price , Tyson Fury , Fury-Cunningham , Fury vs. Cunningham


 

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comment by makeMeSushiRoll, on 04-11-2013
Haha, Tyson Fury interviews are always entertaining..., but there is also some truth in what he says...

comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT, on 04-11-2013
[QUOTE=Weltschmerz]Fury telling it like it is about Haye. If Haye had real ambition in boxing he should try and get Fury or Price in the ring to prove he's Britain's best HW.[/QUOTE] Yeah, if Haye had real ambition he'd step back from world title level to prove he's British title material. Def...

comment by Barry Allen, on 04-11-2013
Fury keeping it real.

comment by Ravens Fan, on 04-11-2013
My assessment of Tyson Fury. Up until today I had watched some highlights but the only Fury fight that I had actually watched was when he fought Chisora. I honestly don't remember much of that fight, I guess I lost interest when Chisora showed up impersonating a fat cow. And although I don't thi...

comment by LacedUp'sDream, on 04-11-2013
Valuev wasn't second rate he was third,Chagaev beat his ass and Ruiz another third rate chump,Chagaev was second rate and Haye was scared to fight him,he didnt want no part of Chagaev,Haye can hide behind Chag's hepatitis,but the fact is Haye could have fought on neutral ground but he knew he'd h...

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