Tyson Fury, British boxer of 24 years, claimed to be the "world's best" and even said sure in a knockout of Cain Velasquez
The rivalry between boxing and MMA seemed to have cooled after Randy Couture beat James Toney with ease, boxer who challenged the American member of the UFC Hall of Fame and made several criticisms of the fastest growing sport in the world in 2010. But an Englishman two feet and six inches in height seems to follow the same path Toney.
The target time is the UFC fighter Cain Velasquez, current heavyweight champion of the Ultimate. Tyson Fury, British boxer of 24 years who has never been champion in any organization in his career, has heavily criticized the U.S. the site "espn.com":
- "The belt does not mean anything. I am the best in the world. If you have the desire to face Velasquez? One million percent yes. I challenged him three times. He is a little boy who does not want to fight. Said not on live television, "said the Englishman remains undefeated in his boxing career.