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Tyson Fury's next fight will be in Ireland
Tyson Fury's next fight will be in Ireland
Five million people watched Tyson Fury (15-0-0) out-box a sub par Dereck Chisora (14-1-0) in Wembley on June 23rd. Talking after the fight, Fury said he doesn't care who is put in front of him and he is willing to take on anyone in the world. When asked about fighting Vitali Klitschko, he said:

“I'm 22 years old; Klitschko's a forty year old”.

The message here is clear. Not only does Fury feel ready to face Dr. Ironfist, but he also feels it is time for a new generation of heavyweights to emerge, presumably with him at number one. He wants to move upwards on the back of his Chisora fight and get in the ring for his next fight with a world-class heavyweight boxer. Fury is entitled to feel like this, after all he is now fifteen fights unbeaten and is ranked Number 9 heavyweight in the world by Boxrec.

A Tyson Klitschko fight at this stage is all talk. Despite his fighting potential and impressive record, Fury is not ready to face someone of Klitschko's calibre and were they to step into the ring, I can't imagine anything other than an easy title defence for Vitali. There are other options for Fury right now that still represent a challenge and will help him keep his momentum.

The most popular guess at who his opponent will be in the next Tyson Fury fight is Martin Rogan (14-2-0 -7KOs), the veteran Irish heavyweight who held the Commonwealth heavyweight title two years ago. Rogan's career was nearly ended during a 2009 match with Sam Sexton when he suffered a neck injury that forced his corner to end the fight. Nevertheless he is a capable fighter who is best known for his victory over Audley Harrison in 2008.

A Tyson Fury - Martin Rogan fight can be promoted along the lines of two great Irish fighters meeting at last (Tyson's father is from County Galway). It is the most likely option for Fury for his next fight, and Martin Rogan is known to be eager for the bout. He told the Belfast Telegraph:

"I told Mick Hennessy that a fight between me and Tyson would sell out the Odyssey Arena in Belfast; it’s the type of fight the public is crying out for.”

"We could throw the Irish and Celtic titles in for good measure - it could be one of the greatest Irish heavyweight fights in history.

Earlier, Tyson Fury had already told newsletter.co.uk:

"I just want to do it nice and steady. I'm going to go for the Irish title next followed by a defence of the British."

So a fight between Tyson Fury and Martin Rogan looks like the most likely, and it would take place in October at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast. Just in case these men don't get it together and agree on terms, Audley Harrison has announced he is ready to fight Fury. The Olympic gold medallist said on Twitter that he is ready to fight Fury and get back on the path to the top, despite being dismantled by David Haye in his last fight.

An announcement on Fury's next fight is expected to come in the next month.