Tyson Fury calls out the “midget on steds” Cain Velasquez

“If the klitchkos r 2 much of pussies to fight me then I’ll go & fight the MMA heavyweight champ at least he is game. Wouldn’t last 2 rounds! Cain valasquez is a little midget on steds bring it on I’ll fight. Not a man born from his mother can beat me! Contact Hennessy sports! I’m the new baddest man on the planet I’ll smash @cainmma. Let’s get it on! @danawhite @AdamHarrisbox @HennessySports @MikeTyson

U all herd it hear first if @cainmma has ball to fight me then lets go! @danawhite @AdamHarrisbox @hsportscanada @HennessySports” – Tyson Fury via Twitter.

Boxing sensation Tyson Fury has surprisingly called out the newly-crowned UFC Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, labelling the A.K.A. product as a ‘steroid midget’. Fury is widely regarded as one of the top Heavyweight boxers on the planet, with an impressive record of 20 victories, 14 of which are via KO/TKO.

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It seems as Luke Tyson Fury would like to follow the footsteps of James Toney, who talked his way into the infamous encounter with Randy Couture at UFC 118. However, twenty-four year old Fury has the potential to become the next big thing in combat sports, unlike James Toney, who faced “The Natural” at the age of 42.

Interestingly enough, Fury’s countryman and one of the top contenders in the UFC Middleweight division, Michael “The Count” Bisping, declared that the boxing heavy-hitter would get smashed against Velasquez:

“I always support British athletes of all sports, including Tyson Fury. I think he’s a great boxer,” Bisping told the Mirror. However, if he’s calling out UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez then quite frankly he’s living in a fantasy world and needs to come back to reality. He would be absolutely destroyed in a matchup against Cain. Cain’s a UFC champion and Fury wouldn’t stand a chance.” – Read more at espn.co.uk

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So what do you think, LowKick’ers? Do we need another ‘fresh’ professional boxer inside the Octagon? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.