By Jonny Stapleton
Tyson Fury and Martin Rogan could finally settle their much publicised differences in the ring in Belfast on the week of April 14.
The Irish heavyweights have enjoyed a war of words ever since ‘The Iron Man, rebuffed the chance to fight the undefeated former British and Commonwealth champion, as he made his Belfast debut in the Kings Hall last September.
Veteran Rogan, who is adamant he is the people’s champion and number one heavyweight in Ireland, had since offered the Manchester born fighter of Irish decent the chance to retire him.
However the giant heavyweight, who vacated his British and Commonwealth titles infavour of fighting mandatory challenger David Price, claimed Belfast’s most famous cabbie’s chance had come and gone.
Mirror Sport revealed the colourful pair could swap trading verbal blows for blows of a much more damaging nature to bring the eagerly anticipated Irish heavyweight clash to Belfast in the Spring.
Sources close to both camps revealed the deal was close to being done and Fury has offered ‘The Entertainer’ the clash.
Rogan claims on the other hand claims its all just specualtion and claims he has a number of other options.