Dagenham’s three time world title challenger Kevin Mitchell has weighed in with his learned opinion ahead of fellowBrit Tyson Fury’s World Heavyweight championship tilt with reigning supremo Wladimir Klitschko.
Mitchell, 30, has expressed the belief that Fury’s sizable respective height and reach advantages may hold the coveted keys to victory against the ageing Klitschko.
Speaking on the highly anticipated clash, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday 24th October in Germany, Mitchell outlined asserted his reasoning.
“I think Fury beats him. I think it’ll be a late knockout or points for Fury. He’s too big and too strong and too angry”.
It seems that Fury’s career may depend on the result of the clash, with the Wilmslow man recently advising that he will retire if he fails to beat “Dr Steelhammer” next month.
“I won’t be boxing on if I don’t beat him because I won’t be able to achieve my goals. If I can’t beat him then it doesn’t say a lot of me – a 27-year-old in the prime of his life” declared Fury.