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 Last update:  8/24/2011       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Tyson Fury Still Without an Opponent For September 17
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British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is scheduled to fight at the King's Hall in Belfast on 17 September - but so far no opponent has been set. A press conference with the media went forward on Wednesday, and Fury's team were scheduled to announce his opponent, but no deal has been finalized as of yet. Belfast fighter and former Commonwealth title holder, Martin Rogan, turned up at the news conference to clarify why he had not signed up to challenge Fury. Rogan claimed "middlemen" had got in the way of the fight being negotiated between the two camps.

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comment by Davros?, on 08-25-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom.]A lot of people underestimate Tyson Fury. People said he wouldn't last with Chisora, and look what happened.[/QUOTE] Chisora didnt even bother to train, he was 30lb overweight and looked the worse i have ever seen. I want Fury to keep doing well as he is on C5 now, he still...

comment by ELPERRO, on 08-25-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom.]A lot of people underestimate Tyson Fury. People said he wouldn't last with Chisora, and look what happened.[/QUOTE] I actually was favoring Fury in the Chisora fight. But, Tyson needs a couple of more fights. He ain't ready for Arreola. Arreola/Haye - that's the fight ...

comment by Freedom2014, on 08-24-2011
[QUOTE=kokingbill]Are you serious??????????? haha Fury would not last one single round with Arreola. I'd bet my life.[/QUOTE] A lot of people underestimate Tyson Fury. People said he wouldn't last with Chisora, and look what happened.

comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT, on 08-24-2011
Fury's improved his conditioning very well and Chisora is a good win but I worry about his punching power. I don't think he has enough to keep a durable guy off him right now.

comment by Gypsy John Fury, on 08-24-2011
Would have loved to have seen him in with Rogan...

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