Fury Claims Bellew Wouldn’t Last A Round
After being called out, Tyson Fury thinks he’d give Tony Bellew a beating if they ever squared off in the ring.
Bellew called out both Fury and retired former world champion Andre Ward, following his fifth round TKO win over David Haye at the O2 Arena in London.
Bellew’s opponent had two fights set with Fury in 2013, but Haye would withdraw both times. Fury gave his assessment of Haye in what may have been his final fight.
“I felt sorry for him. After all the sh*t that we have been through, I felt sorry for him,” Fury said.
Ben Davison, Fury’s new trainer claimed that Haye was way past his prime.
“Tony Bellew boxed very well, he stuck to his game plan but I thought David Haye was shot to bits,” Davison explained.
“I like Tony – but there is no way he could beat [Fury in] boxing and he couldn’t beat [Fury in] fighting.”
Fury believes that Bellew wouldn’t last more than a round against him.
“On a serious note, how long do you think it would take me to walk through Tony Bellew without defending myself?” Fury said.
“I don’t think he could beat me with both my hands behind my back. He would get tired after five or six punches. He is an old dosser, all he is good for is to be my opponent. If you’re out there Tony, after I knock you out in one round, I’ll give you a job cleaning my shoes.
“But If Bellew wants knocking spark out he can come to me. One round.”
Original Story: Boxing Scene