By Davy Trengove – Although I believe fans either love them or hate them, personally I love to see these guys fight as they have outstanding talents. The hate can stem from their outspoken views in the past but you’re never going to be liked by everyone and you certainly can’t please everyone. Also some of the dislike will be due to their travelling backgrounds which is sad to see but people are judged in all walks of life, unfortunately it’s the way off the World.
The Matchroom fanboys are also opposed to Frank Warren’s fighters because boxing fans are fickle and instead of backing all British boxers they tend to side with a particular promotional company for some strange reason.
Now under an established team trained by Ben Davison, I think the lads will all go from strength to strength.
People were judging Davison prior to Fury’s contest with Deontay Wilder due to his so called lack of experience but he has made them eat their words ever since and proven himself a World level trainer.
It’s refreshing to see in my eyes as there’s nothing better than silencing one’s critics.
All 3 fighters are unbeaten and 2 are former World champions and it’s good to see the togetherness in the team and they all enjoy their time training and in camp together.
The ring craft shown by Fury and Saunders can’t be taught, they have a natural talent which has been blossomed from a young age as they have been brought up in an environment where fighting comes naturally.
Fury is now just six weeks away from his Las Vegas fight night at the MGM Grand and he’s grown a big fan base in the States due to his performances against Klitschko and Wilder. He faces the somewhat unknown undefeated German Tom Schwarz but I think it should be an easy night’s work for Fury.
Saunders, will attempt to become a two-weight world champion when he faces the Munich-based Albanian, Isufi.
The WBO World Super Middleweight title will be on the line in his contest on May 18th.
I wish the boys and the team all the very best for the future.