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Fury has brought up a potential opponent from his past. David Price.

Price obviously took the bait immediately.

— David Price (@DavidPrice_1) November 16, 2017

The two share a history for sure. Fury famously called Price a number of things live on air during James DeGale’s fight against Hadillah Mohoumadi in 2012.

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