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Interesting one. Both Price and Fury have recieved extensive coverage here in the UK with Sky, Channel 5 and Box Nation
Price is knocking out 'better quality' fighters in quick time. KO Wins over Dallas, McDermott, Sexton, Fraudley and Skelton are not to be overlooked. Thompson will be a full examination of his ability has Tony has mixed at much higher levels and is on the come down. Nice personable guy and Dan Rafeal's opinion can never be dicredited. Everyone says his chin is suspect after losing to Camarelle in Beijing but Roberto was at his best then. Perhaps has the edge in skills and doesnt worry about what his opponant is saying and lets his fists to the talking. One of the hardest punching heavyweights I have seen in recent years.
Fury has pleauted in recent years. A trailblazing start with quick KOs but the first McDermott fight changed my perception of him. Chisora showed he could trouble him despite being 20lbs overweight. Too much lip. Dare I say it but hes a more extreme version Haye. Easy to hit and been down a few times as well. Does back it up with a decent skill set but I always think hes about 10-15lbs heavier than he should be. Decent puncher but he aint the all powerful one punch artist he says he is. Fury can sometimes turn his warrior mode on and just go in and that would suit Price so he would need to get his mental game sorted.
Gonna plump for a Price KO but Fury will give him so stick if he brings his best skills.