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Thompson: I Took Care of Price, I Want Sissy Fury Next!

By Edward Chaykosvky

Heavyweight veteran Tony Thompson (37-3, 25KOs) shocked the boxing world with a second round stoppage of previously undefeated David Price (15-1, 13KOs) at the Echo Arena in Liverpool. Thompson caught Price with a big right that he never saw coming in the second and that put him away. Following the match, Thompson called for a fight with another undefeated UK heavyweight Tyson Fury (20-0, 14KOs), who faces Steve Cunningham in an IBF eliminator on April 29th in New York City.

"I took care of David Price like I said I would. Now I want that sissy Tyson Fury next. He's been talking a lot of noise and I want him next," Thompson said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LacedUp'sDream on 02-24-2013

Will we ever see Price in a competitive fight after this ? Personally I doubt it,they gambled on putting Price in with a 41 yr old guy not regarded a big puncher and he got ktfo,maybe a fight with the…

Comment by LacedUp on 02-24-2013

[QUOTE=Ravens Fan;13075536]The guy has 5 knockouts in 18 fights and less than a 28% KO ratio and he knocked down Fury. With that said, you may want to look for a better example.[/QUOTE] Fury caught Fury right on the nose!!…

Comment by Fury on 02-24-2013

[QUOTE=BennyST;13077080]I agree. I think Fury is much better than Price. I can't decide if that's sad or not though....:thinking: Anyway, Fury is still showing much greater signs of improvement than most other UK guys and if he can just increase…

Comment by BennyST on 02-23-2013

[QUOTE=yoz;13075372]Fury's chin is 100x better than Price's. Fury>Thompson.[/QUOTE] I agree. I think Fury is much better than Price. I can't decide if that's sad or not though....:thinking: Anyway, Fury is still showing much greater signs of improvement than most other…

Comment by Boskop on 02-23-2013

I bet Vitali is gonna fight Thompson now

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