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Thompson: I'll School Fury, He Had No Balls To Face Price

Tony “THE TIGER” Thompson  is  amused  at  the antics of Tyson Fury  regarding  his  disrespectful  comments  made  since  his devastating  KO win over David Price a month ago. “With the big man comes a big mouth” and if Steve Cunningham doesn’t school him  I  am  happy  to  be  responsible  for  tipping  the  British Heavyweight  scene  on  its  head. He  flaps  his  mouth  of being disrespectful  to  everyone yet he didn’t have the balls to face his fellow countryman  in the undefeated David Price who I managed to stop in 2 rounds. And  if  I  get  in the ring with him will serve him  the  same  punishment. He  carries  on  like  he  is  already champion of the world when let’s face it – who has he faced?"

"He couldn’t put Chisora away nor the King Pin (Johnson). I hope your promoter  has  as  bigger  wallet  as you have mouth – put your money on the table  and let your money talk instead of your mouth. You use my name to promote yourself saying you will KO me but I haven’t heard from your promoter? Talk is cheap which somehow kind of fits with your type. I have a sneaking suspicion Cunningham is going to box your ears off and expose you for the fraud you are, but if you do make it through ‘give me a call’.

Thompsons wife and manager Sydnee confirmed that there are a number of options open to them all of which they are considering. We have offers coming in from all over the World including New Zealand and Macau. Wilders name has been thrown about but no serious offer has come from his camp as yet. Tony is fresh and right to go as ‘he trained for a 12 round war with Price but only fought 2” so the TIGER HAS PLENTY IN THE TANK.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LacedUp'sDream on 03-20-2013

[QUOTE=Freedom.;13164617]Looks like Thompson will be fighting another contender before too long, but I wonder who it will be? I'd like to see him test another one of the up-and-coming heavyweights like Fury, Helenius, Pulev, or Wilder.[/QUOTE] I can't see Fury…

Comment by JAB5239 on 03-20-2013

[QUOTE=Weltschmerz;13166521]I don't need a crystal ball. I have eyes in my head and common sense.[/QUOTE] Great. So tell me exactly where this trend has started to turn around? Is it with Pulev being active? Povetkin speedily trying to make the…

Comment by Weltschmerz on 03-20-2013

[QUOTE=JAB5239;13166478]Sorry, but the recent trend doesn't suggest this and you have no crystal ball to make such a prediction.[/QUOTE] I don't need a crystal ball. I have eyes in my head and common sense.

Comment by JAB5239 on 03-20-2013

[QUOTE=Weltschmerz;13166439]That's the point, they will start fighting each other, and bitter old men like you will keep whining, regardless.[/QUOTE] Sorry, but the recent trend doesn't suggest this and you have no crystal ball to make such a prediction.

Comment by Weltschmerz on 03-20-2013

[QUOTE=JAB5239;13166289]Not unless the top fighters start fighting each other and are more active it won't.[/QUOTE] That's the point, they will start fighting each other, and bitter old men like you will keep whining, regardless.

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