'You'll never see me complain about a bad toe' - Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury has been overwhelmed by the support he expects to receive when he battles with Martin Rogan at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena on April 14 on the Hennessy Sports ‘Unfinished Business’ show.
The titanic battle between Fury and Rogan will be broadcast live on Channel 5.

Fury has been locked away in Manchester training like never before but has been made aware of those coming to the Odyssey who will be willing him to victory in his vacant all-Ireland heavyweight title fight with Belfast hard man Rogan.
“The support that I have been getting is unbelievable. When I boxed in Belfast last year I got a fantastic reception wherever I went and on the night the atmosphere was amazing,” commented Fury. “Now the Irish fans are getting right behind me, they want to see me knock out Rogan. They know how good I am and they know a real Irish warrior when they see one. You’ll never see me sit on my stool and quit or complain about a bad toe - I’m the real deal.
“Rogan probably thought that he would have all the support in the arena on April 14 but he’s in for a shock because I’m going to feed off the great support that is coming my way.
“I’m very proud of my Irish roots, my uncle lives just outside Belfast, so there’s going to be great support for me and I will do them proud by knocking out wee Rogie.
“He’s a proud guy and I’m sure he’ll give it his best but when you look at the two of us there’s a big difference in class and that will be the difference on the night.”
Fury also says that he wants the victory over Rogan to be the start of a series of fights on Irish soil, leading to a world heavyweight title shot.
“The Irish fans are just fantastic, I really feel at home there. The Odyssey Arena is going to be packed out, the tickets are flying and after I beat Rogan I know the fans will want to come back again and again because they will have a world class heavyweight to support.
“Bringing a world heavyweight title fight to Irish soil would be very special and there’s nobody else can do that except me.”

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