Date: 3rd February 2014 at 4:41pm
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The heavyweight scene, in the United Kingdom, is really starting to blossom.

But what pleases me the most is that there appears to be a growing trend whereby those who are plotting a route t the top are moving away from the familiar pattern of bad-mouthing those who are taking the same path.

Take the Tyson Fury camp for example.

Now we?re all used to Tyson?s very own particular brand of banter, particularly when the name of David Haye is mentioned, but following Anthony Joshua?s fourth straight knockout win, since turning professional, the Tyson camp have offered 24-year-old Joshua the chance to get some quality sparring under his belt.

With Tyson Fury expected to lock horns again with Dereck Chisora, as long as both win their next fights on Saturday 15th February, the Tyson camp, through Tyson?s trainer Uncle Peter, have repeated an earlier with Peter Fury remarking,

?We offered AJ plenty of sparring and it still stands. Where could AJ get any better??

Exactly, but there is a downside; any prolonged sparring could give Tyson an insight into what Anthony Joshua has to offer!

Your thoughts would be appreciated!