Boxing Interviews worth a listen: Tyson Fury on BaylorIC TV

January 24, 2013 1 Comment
Just as the fight fans have been clamoring for the Manny Pacquiao versus Floyd Mayweather Jr. matchup for years, the fight fans in the UK would like to see the 6'9

Just as fight fans around the world have been clamoring for the Manny Pacquiao vs Floyd Mayweather Jr. matchup, U. K. fight fans would like to see Tyson Fury fight David Price.

To save you valuable time we’re going keep you advised of the latest and best boxing interviews/videos.

Today’s interview of Tyson Fury came to me from Ingram Jones of England. It went up on U-tube this morning. Like most boxers who have reached the contender class, the 24 year-old, 6’9″ Tyson Fury (20-0-0) of Wilmslow, Cheshire, United Kingdom, is ready to speak his mind about all the hard work that went into reaching his current status. And Lord knows no one speaks more eloquently than Mr. Fury.

Here’s a couple of quotes you might enjoy:
“He’s fought nothing but a ton of old age pensioners.”
“David (Price) is a plumber… a stiff idiot. He likes using my name to get publicity.”

Fury spoke of the time when the well known Boxing pundit Colin Hart, “that old prick,” made a brash statement about Fury being a bum. Fury’s rebuttal: “He made this announcement he was willing to bet his house on Dereck Chisora when I fought Chisora back on July 23, 2011. “I should have made that bet, maybe I wouldn’t be living in Wilmslow in my caravan. I’d be living in a mansion with six bathrooms somewhere in London.”

Just like everyone has been clamoring for the Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Manny Pacquiao match, the fight fans in England know that eventually the Tyson Fury versus David Pryce match should Tyson Fury from a distance.

With his size, Tyson Fury can be seen from afar.

Put on your rose colored eyeglasses and enjoy the interview.

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One Comments to “Boxing Interviews worth a listen: Tyson Fury on BaylorIC TV”
  1. Ingram Jones says:

    Thank you so much for doing this article. To be very honest there are moments I wonder why I do the interviews and then out of the blue, someone does an article like this and it inspires me to continue.

    Please feel free to check out the latest Tyson Fury Interview on where he discusses the Heavyweight division in more details and Steve Cunningham, the proposed next opponent for his US Debut.

    Ingram Jones

    Host Of BaylorIC TV

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