The buildup for Fury vs Klitschko II has now officially begun, with the pairs’ kickoff press conference taking place earlier today in Manchester, England. Expect plenty of harsh language and the usual theatrics, folks, cos’ you’re about to be a spectator to the Tyson Fury show! The brash Brit could well find himself being the slight betting favorite going into their July 9th sequel where he’ll be putting his newly-acquired WBO and WBA (Super) titles, which he capured from Klitschko via decision last November, on the line. Fury will enter the ring with an unblemished 25 wins, 18 knockouts, and Klitschko a veteran slate of 64 wins, 4 defeats, 53 knockouts.
iFL TV cameras were in Manchester to catch all the action:
Unload your thoughts on today’s kickoff presser in the comments below. And, however premature it may be for calling this rematch, who are you picking in Fury vs Klitschko II? Can Klitschko adapt and bring an altogether different gameplan at the ripe age of 40? Or is Fury already too deep inside his head?