Tony Bellew responds to Tyson Fury’s scary warning, pokes fun at comeback opponent

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018 | 0

Tony Bellew has broken his silence on Tyson Fury’s chilling comments regarding a possible fight between the two.

Following his second successive stoppage of David Haye, Bellew called out Fury… only to be turned down by the ‘Gypsy King’.

The reason? Fury insisted he would badly damage the 6’3” Bellew as he’s just a ‘small’ man.

Buy, Fury recently announced that he will be fighting a Sefer Sefari – a 5’10” Albanian, who has fought mostly as a cruiserweight – in his comeback fight come June 9.

And, Bellew couldn’t resist highlighting the hypocrisy.

“He come out and said he won’t fight me because I’m a cruiserweight and he’ll hurt me. Well Jesus Christ, he’s only fighting a cruiserweight isn’t he?” Bellew told TalkSport.

“I think he understands that I’m a much more dangerous fight that anyone he can possibly face right now.

Bellew further insisted that he’s a better fighter than Fury and that he punches harder too.

“I’m more tricky than him, I’m quicker than him and I’m stronger than him. What he has over me, his attributes are – the attributes he has over me is size, and that’s all he has over me.

“I actually punch harder than Tyson Fury.”

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