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Fury: I Knew This Would Happen, Price is a Fraud!

By Edward Chaykovsky

Heavyweight Tyson Fury (20-0, 14KOs) threw in a final dig at his domestic rival, David Price (15-1, 13KOs). This past Saturday in Liverpool, Price was stopped in two rounds by 41-year-old heavyweight contender Tony Thompson. The loss derailed a huge domestic showdown between Fury and Price. Frank Maloney, promoter of Price, was pushing hard to get Fury to fight his man. Now the match might be much further away from ever happening.

“When I was an 18-year-old novice and he was a 24-year-old fully-fledged amateur international I put him on the seat of his pants in the ring and I knew this would happen because he is a fraud," Fury told Daily Express.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tobi.G on 02-26-2013

[QUOTE=BoxngLove;13082914]As flabby and out of shape as Thompson was, I did not see this coming. But to say that a man who has only lost to the best twice is no good? Thompson might be able to derail fury if…

Comment by Sparked_26 on 02-25-2013

[QUOTE=Freedom.;13082510]This is a side of Fury I don't like. Talking about getting revenge for the UK by fighting Thompson was funny. But Fury's bashing Price after he's just been KOed is sinking low. It's kind of like kicking a man…

Comment by komodo on 02-25-2013

If Price is a fraud so is Fury. Last I checked he got put on his arse by Pajkic, he's just another accident waiting to happen.

Comment by kavi521 on 02-25-2013

LOL Fury talks toooo much. Still think Price would beat him. To be far on Fury, he has been in with the better opponents than Prices. Maybe that showed and a Chisora Price would have been better for Price. Just…

Comment by Copyright on 02-25-2013

Fury Actually wished price luck and said if they win both their fights then its on Price failed on his part. Fury will have the last laugh when he beats Cunningham and if Thompson actually steps up to fight him…

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