Tyson Fury should do talking in the ring says Martin Rogan

Tyson Fury (right) in action against Dereck Chisora
Tyson Fury (right) in action against Dereck Chisora

Martin Rogan - who will make a comeback in the coming months - is looking forward to the heavyweight showdown between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko in Germany on October 24.

Klitschko’s WBA, IBF, IBO and WBO World title belts will be on the line that night against Fury. And Fury insulted Klitschko at a press conference this week by stating: “You have about as much charisma as my underpants - zero. I’m interested in breaking your face in,”

And Rogan - who fought Fury at the Odyssey in 2012 - says Tyson should do his talking in the ring.

“There is no need for all the stuff Fury said the other day. It was a personnel attack on Klitschko and he showed him no respect. He should just concentrate on his training and preparation and see Klitschko in the ring in Germany.

“I am looking forward to the fight.

“They are two real heavyweights and I think it will be a good fight for two to three rounds and then Klitschko will catch Fury and he will cover up.

“But it go either way and that’s what makes it exciting,” added Rogan.