Found April 18, 2013 on ROUND1MAG:
by Alex Neely Tyson Fury is the great heavyweight on the planet. Go ahead. Ask him. He’ll tell you. Fury’s mouth, which has always been a conveyor belt of quotes, has been scrutinized by not only Steve Cunningham, who he will fight Saturday, but now by other boxers. Former four-time world champion Amir Khan, in an interview with The Daily Mail, has asked Fury to stop his trash talk before the fight. “I think it would be wiser for Tyson to cool it in these last few days, especially as the fight is in America,’ said Khan. “Over there they don’t react well to people talking themselves up before they achieve something big. The danger for Tyson is that Americans – both the public and the boxing people – will hit on him before and during this fight. “‘It’s true that I have hyped myself up,” said Khan, speaking from his own experiences, “but not before I won my first world title and not when I first fought in the US. When I got there I was the quiet one and concentrated on showing the Amer

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