Tyson Fury continued his unbeaten run last weekend by knocking out American Steve Cunningham.

The Manchester born 24-year-old had to survive a second round knock down himself before taking out Cunningham in round seven.

So how far can Fury go? He is already calling out the Klitschko's and making bold statements as to how he would take care of them.

Fury is certainly box office, even taking the microphone and singing a song in the ring after his victory over Cunningham.

He said to reporters after the fight: “When Wladimir Klitschko fights me I will knock him out just like I knocked Steve Cunningham out.

“If I have to go through Pulev first then fine – I will knock him out too.

“I want him next and I am going to do to him what has been done to him three times before. I’ll knock him out.”

But 24 is very young for a heavyweight and Fury still looks vulnerable at times. If a man such as Cunningham, who has fought most of his career at Cruiserweight can knock him down, what would happen if the giant Ukrainian brothers hit him.

Fury is exciting, coming forward at times with both hands swinging keeping his defence low, but he will need to tighten up if he fights for the title.

Both Klitschko's may be considered boring but their relentless style behind the long jab offers their opponents few chances.

Fury is one of the few heavyweights who would not be dwarfed by them, in the way that David Haye was, but he could still do with a few more fights before jumping in at the deep end.

At the moment I could only see defeat by either of them and perhaps it would even be wise to wait until Vitali has retired and only one brother remains before taking that step up.

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