Fury Warns Bellew: You're a Small Man, I'd Smash You To Pieces!

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Bellew produced one of the best performances of his career last time out and stopped former heavyweight champion David Haye for the second time, back to back.

Now Bellew is looking around for a new opponent next and following the win over Haye recently he admitted he'd love to fight Fury but sooner rather than later, as Fury will only get sharper throughout his comeback in his opinion.

"I don't want to fight Tony Bellew", Fury told FightHype.

"The reason being, he's a family man and he's got a wife and kids and I want him to stay healthy and stay boxing and earn a few quid and go easy to his family".

But if he steps into the ring with the Gypsy king and I unleash hell's fire on him - I could damage him and hurt him properly. "You ain't messin' with a David Haye who's 20 years out of date, you're messin' with someone who's 6'9", 19 stone, in the prime of me life, who could knock a wall down.

"I'd love Tyson Fury". I could let Tony Bellew hit me right here (points to chin) and he wouldn't hurt me. How does that make me feel, you know, when he shouldn't even be in the ring anyway?

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"And all this "he could knock me out" talk, please!" We all need money, but he doesn't need money that bad to go and lose his sense and get smashed.

'(Wladimir) Klitschko detonated a right hand on that jaw there, it got banged but never wobbled me once.

Fury then suggested Hearn wouldn't be there for Bellew after the fight. Tony Bellew's a light heavyweight or a cruiserweight at best so if I go in there and hurt him, what good is that? You saw what he did to Joshua with that same punch.

"So Tony, poor old Tony, bit like a feather duster, dustering me up and down". However, I also believe that Ward is one of the greatest fighters of his era and so I can equally see him being able to work out and carry out a game-plan which would see him return from retirement with another victory. It wouldn't be fair, would it?

"All I'd have to do is walk through him with my hands up, let him hit my arms for three or four rounds and he'd fall over from exhaustion".

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