Tyson Fury Eyes David Price and Deontay Wilder Bouts
By Chris LaBate
To prepare himself for a possible title shot in 2012, British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (15-0, 10 KOs) wants to test himself. According to recent reports, the undefeated British boxer is looking beyond his likely fall opponent, Martin Rogan, and wants to face some of the other rising prospects, like Deontay Wilder (17-0, 17 KOs) and David Price (11-0, 9 KOs).
Fury is coming off the biggest win of his career; a dominating decision over domestic rival Dereck Chisora to capture his two titles. Chisora was being lined up for a fight with WBO/WBA/IBF/IBO champion Wladimir Klitschko but fell short very short in the fight. Fury, on the other hand, wants to have a few more fights before taking on an opponent like Klitschko.
I would love to see him fight Wilder !Comment by BostonGuy on 08-01-2011
In his earlier fight Fury looked like a devastating knockout waiting to happen but he's progressed and is developing into a decent fighter. He's also fighting decent competition and his win over Chisora was impressive... I like Wilder and wish…Comment by SWEETSCIENCE100 on 08-01-2011
[QUOTE=jimbo87;10930733]GTFO Fury does a number on Wilder if they fight[/QUOTE] [B][U][SIZE="4"][COLOR="Red"]put your money where your mouth is. I got 2 stacks on Wilder if they fight.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/U][/B]Comment by Trigg on 08-01-2011
[QUOTE=SWEETSCIENCE100;10930470][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="4"][B]Tyson fury is on the way out already. He seems to believe his own hype,lol. this slow punching, slow moving, fat ass think hes compition for Wilder, or price. lol as soon as the bell rings in the 1st round…Comment by Rocky Rode on 08-01-2011
Wilder isn't going to be stepping up in class anytime soon...If they fought in the near future Wilder would lose. Dude just has too many things to work on. He's got crap foot work and he's still developing his jab,…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (6)