Fury vs. McDermott: Will the Heavyweight Sensation Beat John?

fury53258By Steven Wain: On September 11th the new heavyweight sensation Tyson Fury (7-0-7 KO’s) will face “Big Bad” John McDermott (25-5-16 KO’s) for the English heavyweight title at Brentwood England. Fury who is a 6ft 9 inch tall and who is considered by some as well as myself to be a heavyweight sensation, challenges McDermott in only his 8th fight. Fury has an excellent jab and extremely powerful right hand this being proven with his 100% KO ratio.

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Fury vs. McDermott on September 11th

By Sean McDaniel: Huge 6’9” Tyson Fury (7-0, 7 KO’s) will be taking a big step up on September 11th against John McDermott (25-5, 16 KO’s) in a scheduled bout for John’s BBBofC English heavyweight title at the National Sports Centre, Crystal Palace, in London. McDermott, 29, has lost his last two fights to Danny Williams, losing one of them by a 12-round majority decision and the most recent one by a 12 round split decision in May 2009.

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Fury Stops Selezens

fury4523By Nate Anderson: Getting in one more fight against a woefully over-matched opponent before his bout with John McDermott in September, unbeaten heavyweight prospect Tyson Fury (7-0, 7 KO’s) kept his perfect knockout record alive with a 3rd round stoppage over Latvian Aleksandrs Selezens (3-7, 1 KO’s) on Saturday night in a scheduled six round bout at the York Hall, in Bethnal Green, London.

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Boxing: The British Scene

fury53256By Neil Jones: I feel that people have perhaps lost sight of the bigger picture, and are basing there articles or opinions on little other than personal grudges. It’s maybe forgotten that we are boxing fans, who first and foremost want to be entertain by watching the best fighters in the best fights regardless of nationality. First and foremost I am a boxing fan. By that extension, I like to feel that I am non biased and objective. By the same standard, it means that I wanted Haye to whip Wladamir, Ricky to knock out Manny and Amir to batter Kotelnik, but we all know how that has turned out.

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Fury Wants Bout With Samuel Peter

By William Mackay: Unbeaten heavyweight prospect Tyson Fury (6-0, 6 KOs) said that he thinks that a good opponent for him to fight next is former WBC heavyweight champion Samuel Peter (30-3, 23 KOs), according to Boxing News. However, Fury, 20, immediately said that his promoter wants him to work up to fights like that before taking a step up at against a fighter like Peter.

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Is Tyson Fury the Best Heavyweight in the UK?

fury43521By Nate Anderson: No disrespect meant towards newcomer heavyweight David Haye, but I’m beginning to think that unbeaten prospect Tyson Fury (6-0, 6 KOs) might be the best heavyweight in all of the UK. I realize that the 20-year-old Fury hasn’t really beaten anyone of note other than Lee Swaby, Matthew Ellis and a handful of other low quality fighters. However, it’s the manner that Fury is dispatching them, the ease that he’s taking them out that is so impressive and what makes me feel that Fury could be the best there is.

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News – Fury Wants Bout With Chisora

By William Mackay: Unbeaten heavyweight Tyson Fury (6-0, 6 KOs) wants a shot at Derek Chisora (10-0, 5 KOs), for June 13th. Fury’s promoter Mick Hennesy has already made an offer to Chisora’s promoter for the open date on the 13th next month, so now the ball is in Chisora’s court. Previously, Chisora said that he’d be willing to fight Fury at a days notice. Obviously, he meant that in jest but he seemed to see Fury as no threat to him.

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