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Trainer Peter Fury has hinted that a fight between Tyson Fury and fellow British heavyweight David Price could be on the cards at some point in the future.
Tyson is currently working hard as he looks to get himself in top shape for his meeting with Dereck Chisora at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester on July 26.
The two Brits will go head-to-head as they look to put themselves in line for a meeting with reigning WBO heavyweight champions Wladimir Klitchsko.
However, although Fury jnr is fully focused on his meeting with Chisora, his uncle and trainer is already looking further down the line.
Price and Fury have exchanged verbal insults over the years and appear to be on one another’s radar, but they have not been able to agree on a meeting.
The trainer expects that now Price has rediscovered the winning trail following his defeat to Tony Thompson, a bout may not be too far away.
Peter Fury said: “The fight with Price was there for a while and then talk stopped once he lost twice to Tony Thompson.
“Now that he is back on track and knocking people out again, I am sure that we could agree something if the money is right. If there are no world titles on offer, why not?”