Nonsense pal, Price is far more marketable then any of Fury's recent opponents, and it's an all british clash.I think the problem is that Price is a nobody.
Nobody knows who he is.
Fury has always been on terrestrial telly and has a funny name that people will remember.
Price.... he's just a quiet, respectful lad from Liverpool who happens to be British champion.
I'd like to think they'd go for it, but casuals are more likely to buy into a foreigner with a pretty looking record as the opponent, ''OMG, he's fighting an American/Russian/Brazilian, look at how many knockouts!''
To you yes but to the guy in the street who knows nothing Price is a nobody.Nonsense pal, Price is far more marketable then any of Fury's recent opponents, and it's an all british clash.
regardless, undefeated olympic medallist from liverpool, with previous with fury is more marketable to the channel 5 viewing public(who i can only assume are one step up from blobs of sentient slime) than 40 year old vinny 'who the fuck am i?' maddalone.To you yes but to the guy in the street who knows nothing Price is a nobody.
Not while the Klitschko's are around though.Price has got legit KO power. He completely flattened McDermott whereas Fury was struggling against him. I think Price could go all the way, though I hope him and Fury get it on in an all British battle. Would be cool.
Oh yeah, Price won't be beating any Wladimir's but I think he could potentially reach that tier. I mean, the guy is pretty damn big, with really good power and solid technique. I'm interested to see what he becomes, although I think a Fury fight is a must.Not while the Klitschko's are around though.