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Boxer's from Britain who have the potential to become World Champions



Right now, there are only two World Champions from Britain; Nathan Cleverly (WBO Light Heavyweight champion) and Ricky Burns (WBO Lightweight champion.) There are a lot of talented boxers from Britain, let's take a look at some British prospects who have the potential to become a World champion, within the next year or two.


Heavyweight


David Price - Price dominated Sam Sexton last Saturday to win the British and Commonwealth belts, and a step up in class is much needed. It's a big jump from British level to world level but with Price's size, power and punch variety he has a chance to beat anyone in the heavyweight division.

Tyson Fury - You may disagree with this pick, but Fury is talented. I'm not saying Fury can beat a Klitschko, but if he ever fought WBA regular champion Alexander Povetkin he would have a chance, providing he is in good shape.


Light Heavyweight


Tony Bellew - Bellew came very close to winning a world title last year in Liverpool when he lost a close majority decision to Nathan Cleverly. Even though he lost, Bellew showed just how much potential he has and right now I would favour Bellew to beat Beibut Shumenov.


Super Middleweight


James DeGale - Olympic Gold Medallist, James DeGale is probably the most talented boxer on this list. He has had some sub-par performances against George Groves and Piotr Wilczewski but when he boxes to the best of his ability (against Paul Smith and Cristian Sanavia) he looks world class.

George Groves - If Groves's fight with Robert Stieglitz had gone ahead three weeks ago he could already be a world champion right now, but due to an injury Groves had to pull out. Groves is scheduled to fight Kenny Anderson next June, and an impressive win could see him get another fight scheduled with Stieglitz.


Welterweight


Kell Brook - Brook will fight Carson Jones in July in an IBF title eliminator fight. Jones is a guy who has a powerful punch and likes to put a lot of pressure on his opponents, so a lot of questions should be answered of Kell Brook when he fights Carson Jones.


Featherweight


Lee Selby - Selby was once known as a skilled featherweight who didn't have a powerful punch, and his lack of power is what many thought would be his downfall when he fought for the British title. But with three stoppage victories in his last three fights, Selby has proved he has power to go with his skills and size at Featherweight.


Super Bantamweight


Carl Frampton - Frampton's big aim is to fight for the European title later on in the year, and if he were to fight and beat Kiko Martinez (current EBU champion), then he would be in a good position to fight for a world title in the early stages of 2013. If you look at the rate Frampton improves with every fight, and with Barry McGuigan working as part of his training team, Frampton is more than capable of fighting and beating a world champion in 2013.


So that's our list of eight prospects from Britain who we think have the potential to be world champions in 2012/13. Do you agree with the boxers on our list? Which current British prospects do you think have the potential to go all the way?