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Those who like to bet on boxing know fights involving David Price usually don’t go past the first three rounds. But the likable Liverpudlian may have to prepare for a longer night in the ring when he comes up against American veteran Tony Thompson.
With the fight everyone in Britain wants to see – Price v Fury – appearing no closer to happening, Price will continue to tread his path towards a world title, in now what seems to be a straight race with his bitter rival Fury to who faces Wladimir Klitschko.

Over the past 12 months, Fury has brought more entertainment to the sport outside the ring than he has in it – albeit in a ‘at you, not with you, Tyson’ sort of way. Price, however, has let his fists do the talking, quickly marching his way to a 15(13)-0 record and establishing himself as one of the division’s most exciting prospects.

Devastating knockout victories against the best of the rest of British boxing – John McDermott, Sam Sexton, Audley Harrison and Matt Skelton – proves that there is nothing left for Price to prove on the domestic scene. Two-time Klitschko victim, Tony Thompson, will take on the 6ft 8in Price on Feb 23 at the Echo Arena, posing as stern a test as the giant Scouser has come against.

Most boxing betting news websites will look at the 41-year old Thompson and see a fighter some years past his peak. While that may be the case, the experienced American has proven himself to be a very capable heavyweight fighter, and one who could still pose some real problems for the still-to-be-really-tested Price.

Despite being 29, Price has only been in the professional ranks since 2009, and definitely hasn’t come up against anyone with Thompson’s pedigree. That said, if Price is as good as a lot of people think, then there is a strong case to say Thompson might not last the six rounds he did against Wladimir Klitschko last year.