The heavyweight challengers are coming out in force in the media this week, following new undisputed heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's gigantic win over Wladimir Klitschko. ________________________________________________________________________________ David Haye is the latest to chime in on Fury and having had two fights previously fall out in the past with Fury due to injury, Haye doesn't think Fury will want to fight…
Video: Fury Says He’ll Rip Klitschko’s Heart Out
In an always entertaining, colourful and extroverted interview, Tyson Fury wasn’t in the mood for mincing words last weekend on Sky Sports.
The chat starts off in a very joking, light-hearted mood, with Fury saying tongue in cheek that preparation is going terrible, ever the joker!
Even for Tyson Fury’s past interviews and remarks, he really seemed as raw and uncut as ever in this TV conversation.
Many are predicting Fury to suffer brutal defeat at the hands of Wladimir Klitschko, but I’m not a subscriber to that theory.
Yes it’s a difficult job for him, no doubt about it, but not an impossible one. I don’t think Fury is quite given the credit for his progression as a boxer, certainly in terms of skills.
I feel a few people might be surprised by what they see on the night, in what could (potentially) be a bit of heavyweight a chess match.
Fury can be a very competent technician in the ring when he wants to be, having showed different variations to his fight style in the past.
This boxing IQ is perhaps overlooked by some because of colourful interviews like this (which should be taken in tongue and cheek really):