To nobody's surprise (hopefully), undefeated British heavyweight sensation David Price made quick work of Matt Skelton on Friday night in Liverpool. After a first round mostly spent feeling one another out, Price's size, athleticism and power all came out in the second.
He hurt Skelton to the body, and continued applying pressure until Skelton was left on the canvas. Skelton was unable to beat the count and the fight was called at an official time of 2:56 into Round 2. With the victory, Price improves to 15-0, with 13 knockout victories, and Skelton falls to 28-7, with 4 stoppage losses.
Of course, Price was expected to roll right through the greatly overmatched Skelton. So what's next for David Price?
He apparently is looking at Tony Thompson in early 2013, a fighter who would present a clear step up in close. It would also be following in the footsteps of fellow undefeated British giant Tyson Fury, who fights another American Klitschko-victim, Kevin Johnson, tomorrow n...