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 Last update:  8/1/2011       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Tyson Fury: I'll Fight Rogan, Barrett or Kenna Next
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Undefeated British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (15-0, 10KOs) is targeting a fall bout for the Irish championship. The opponent being mentioned is Martin Rogan (14-2, 7KOs), but Fury is also willing to face Coleman Barrett (13-1, 2KOs) or Colin Kenna (16-12-3, 7KOs) in his next fight as well. After he capture the Irish, he then wants a European title showdown with the massive Alexander Dimitrenko.

"I don't care who I have to box, whether it's Martin Rogan, Coleman Barrett or Colin Kenna I want the Irish title next and then I can think about the European title," Fury told the Belfast Telegraph.

Tags: Tyson Fury , Fury vs Rogan , Fury-Rogan


 

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comment by gingeralbino, on 08-07-2011
[QUOTE=Sparked_1985]Coleman Barrett was putting on a virtuoso boxing display of brilliant against Audrey before Harrison nearly punched his face off. I can't imagine a man like Fury not just going straight through him and beating the crap out of him.[/QUOTE] he was pretty good that whole prizef...

comment by Sparked_1985, on 08-07-2011
Coleman Barrett was putting on a virtuoso boxing display of brilliant against Audrey before Harrison nearly punched his face off. I can't imagine a man like Fury not just going straight through him and beating the crap out of him.

comment by gingeralbino, on 08-07-2011
[QUOTE=Clegg]He'd be giving away quite a bit of size/weight though.[/QUOTE] not that much weight he's a bit chubby. About a foot in height though!!! Fury should stop him but he might struggle for a few rounds first.

comment by Clegg, on 08-07-2011
[QUOTE=Haley 1]Barrett holds the irish heavyweight title and i think Barrett would be too strong for Fury ive seen Barret in sparring with Chisora and Chisora couldnt live with him Barrettt would be the man to test Fury[/QUOTE] He'd be giving away quite a bit of size/weight though.

Haley 1
comment by Haley 1, on 08-07-2011
Barrett holds the irish heavyweight title and i think Barrett would be too strong for Fury ive seen Barret in sparring with Chisora and Chisora couldnt live with him Barrettt would be the man to test Fury

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