Fury wants Wladimir
Undefeated British heavyweight Tyson Fury (20-0) set his sights on Wladimir Klitschko at a recent press conference to promote his IBF eliminator for the number 2 spot against former two time cruiserweight champion Steve Cunningham (25-5) on April 20 at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Fury said "I'm going to do a job on Cunningham, take out Pulev and take out Klitschko. He's (Cunningham) going to run away basically, and I'm going to hunt him down. It has the potential to be a stinker because of his style. He's going to try to make me miss. I'm faster than any cruiserweight or heavyweight out there. He can run be he can't hide, Where's he going to go? The Klitschko's are taking easy fights. I said I'm more than ready to fight, but then he took the easy option again, the Italian fellow. I want Wladimir anytime, anyplace, anywhere, wheather it's in Germany Belgium or Norway. There's only going to be one winner and that's me. I'm going to give Cunningham a good hiding, and then I'm going to show how to beat a Klitschko."
Fury also took the opportunity to have a dig at his nemesis David Price, who was recently stopped in the second round by 41-year old American Tony Thompson, "I told you it was going to happen all along. It just shows how rubbish he really was. He's a fraud and he's been exposed. This guy (Thompson) is trying to make money before he retires. I'm sure after Cunningham, if he hasn't been beat, I'd like to take Thompsom for my record. I don't like the idea of him coming over here (UK) and taking out the top prospect and going back to America and bragging about it to everybody."