David Price: 'I want to fight Tyson Fury in 2014'

David Price of England poses with the belts following his British & Commonwealth Heavyweight title fight against Matt Skelton of England at Aintree Racecourse on November 30, 2012
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British heavyweight David Price reveals that he is targeting a fight with rival Tyson Fury in 2014.

British heavyweight David Price believes that he is just two wins away from earning a fight with rival Tyson Fury.

Price has lost his previous two bouts, both to American Tony Thompson, but with the Liverpudlian expected to return before the end of the year, he is already targeting a showdown with Fury.

The 30-year-old told IFL.TV: "Once Tyson Fury loses to David Haye, which is what a lot of people believe is going to happen, it's going to make it open for a fight between the two of us.

"It's a massive fight. I imagine that I'll be fighting before Christmas. Two fights from now, two good wins, then I'm sure that I'll be on everyone's lips."

Price recently joined forces with trainer Adam Booth.

David Price of England poses with the belts following his British & Commonwealth Heavyweight title fight against Matt Skelton of England at Aintree Racecourse on November 30, 2012
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