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With Wladamir Klitschko recently quoted as saying he would like to fight the winner of Chisora vs. Fury, the 23-year-old colourful Brit might be offered an unexpected shot at the World Heavyweight title. The giant 6'9" heavyweight has had just 14 professional fights, all of them victories, has scored 10 knockouts and is yet to fight a full 12-rounder.
The name Tyson Fury is a promoter's dream, and he has the backstory to match. Tyson is from an Irish traveler family with a legacy in bare knuckle boxing. He also rather famously punched himself in the face when fighting Lee Swaby.
Legendary trainer Emmanuel Steward feels Fury has the ability to get to the very top, even suggesting that he will be the next "super dominant heavyweight" after Wladamir Klitschko.
After a series of failed relationships with trainers, Fury flew to the US to seek out Steward in Detroit and ended up staying in his house for three weeks. Fury seems more focussed on his career now and looks in much better shape as his fight with Chisora looms.
Fighting a man of Fury's size would certainly present Wladamir with a different challenge, but it is far too early for Fury to take on Klitschko, especially when a bad defeat could jeopardize a potentially promising career. Regardless, Fury must beat Chisora to be even considered.
Chances of being Wladamir's next opponent: 4/10 - If Fury beats Chisora, he will almost certainly be offered the chance to fight Wladamir, but I believe he will turn it down. He believes he can beat Klitschko but not yet. Look for this fight to happen two or three years down the line if Wladamir is still boxing
Chances of beating Wladamir: 2/10 - The prospect of seeing Klitschko fight a man with a reach, height and weight advantage is certainly intriguing.
Unfortunately Fury isn't ready mentally of physically to come close to beating a Wladamir.