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Tyson Fury: 'Find me a bigger opponent for my next fight'

Fury: 'Find me a bigger opponent'
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Tyson Fury is looking for a "bigger opponent" for his next fight, after the heavyweight boxer brushed aside Sefer Seferi on Saturday night.

Tyson Fury has already told his promoter Frank Warren to find him a "bigger opponent" for his next fight in Belfast on August 18.

The 29-year-old cruised his way to a victory in his first ring appearance in 31 months, as Fury beat Sefer Seferi over just four rounds on Saturday night.

The Manchester-born boxer fired heavy shots in the final round to force Seferi to quit, and Fury has revealed his intentions to take it up a notch in two months' time.

"I want someone big, not small ones," Fury told The Telegraph.

"Look at Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua, they're big guys. I've got to prepare for people like that.

"I had a little dance under the lights. It was a bit of a loosener back. A couple more fights and I will be ready. If I am brutally honest, I could have done him in the first 10 seconds. But what good would that have done me?"

Tony Bellew has been named as a potential opponent for Fury later this year.

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