The victor of Tyson Fury and Martin Rogan’s eagerly anticipated April 14 heavyweight clash may take a signifigant step toward a world title shot.
Recent events have opened the path to the world champion brothers Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko and the winner of the Odyssey hosted ’Unfinished Business’ bill topper could place themselves in world title frame.
The younger of the two champion brother’s demolition of Jean Marc Mormeck leaves Wladmir looking for some form of note worthy challenge. With David Haye and Derek Chisora’s press conference antics potentially ruling them out of a second Klitschko clash there is hope for Fury and indeed Rogan.
Indeed Wladimir Klitschko, who joined the 50 knock out club in Germany, not for the first name dropped Fury as potential future opponent after his most recent win.
The Manchester born fighter of Irish heritage would most likely like another 12 months before a tilt, but loose to the ‘Iron Man’ and the 40 year old could try and call out the world champ.
“There are really good guys out there still,” Klitschko said. “I have respect for David Price and Tyson Fury, who are both bigger than me. David Price is even taller than me and there’s Tyson Fury, an even bigger and heavier guy.”