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Tyson Offers Services of Peter Fury To David Price

By Edward Chaykovsky

Heavyweight contender Tyson Fury shredded British legend Lennox Lewis for his training job with David Price (15-2, 13KOs), who got knocked out by Tony Thompson in the fifth round of their rematch on Saturday night. Earlier this year Thompson knocked out Price in two. Fury, who proclaims himself as the 'best fighter on the planet' has offered the servives of his uncle and trainer, Peter Fury. Tyson believes his uncle can bring Price back from these back to back TKO defeats.

Tyson said: "I know that Peter Fury can bring David Price back! David come join Team Fury!"

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ulver on 07-08-2013

Hey, even Vitali told Wlad to pack it in after he lost to Brewster. That's boxing. So I doubt Price is finished. He needs better people around him, though.

Comment by Tonyu on 07-08-2013

Tyson should just pack it in. let Price go away and make a decision. Tyson has'nt really beaten any quailty heavyweigt as such and Thompson who is clearly a notch up from Price, is better than any heavyweight Tyson has…

Comment by Phatfarm1980 on 07-07-2013

It would be funny if Price accepted Furys offer lol

Comment by saintpat on 07-07-2013

Can Peter teach Price the self-uppercut?

Comment by Sparked_26 on 07-07-2013

[QUOTE=New England;13538684]i can understand why you'd want to move a 30 year old fighter quickly. he had just over 40 rounds pro leading into the second thompson fight. he had never been beyond seven rounds. he only has 17 fights…

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