Fury Happy to be the Prince of world boxing for now
By Jonny Stapleton
TYSON Fury claims he is the natural heir to the Klitschko throne but is happy to remain heavyweight boxing Prince for the time being and will not be rushed into a clash with either.
The Irish heavyweight champion thinks both brothers are attainable opponents, but he wants to fight on his own terms.
The 24 year old giant has been named dropped by the world champions, who regularly struggle for the type of opponents that generate fan excitement, and it seems both camps feel the Irish Traveller is a worthy challenger.
However, Fury doesn’t want to challenge for the crown he want to win it and reign supreme.
“I am starting to feel I am ready for the title and I know that I will get my chance. I think I could get a Klitschko brother now, but that is not part of the plan. When I get my chance I want to win and keep the title for a long time,” Fury told the Daily Mirror.
“I am not in the boxing business to make up the numbers and just be another loser on their record. When I get my chanc I will win and keep it. I did a better job on Chisora than Vitali did. I am waiting for my chance and I will take it when the time is right.”