Date: 2nd March 2015 at 4:50pm
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After beating the German based Romanian heavyweight, Christian Hammer, Tyson Fury was full of beans on Saturday night.

Serenading the O2 Arena audience with his version of an Elvis Presley song, Fury was soon latching on to a very different subject, that of Wladimir Klitschko.

The win over Hammer, who in my opinion didn?t live up to expectations, maintained Fury?s status as the #1 contender for Wladimir?s WBO title.

Now it is hoped that, come the summer the two pugilists will take each other on, although there?s always the prospect that Klitschko could take a voluntary defence and keep Fury waiting.

But after his eight round victory on Saturday night, Fury was willing to share with the media his thoughts on how Klitschko can be beaten, with the unbeaten heavyweight remarking to the media,

?The key to beating Klitschko is my southpaw stance.

?The defence of a southpaw is impregnable. I don?t think I took a shot from Hammer?s punches as a southpaw. When I switch over from orthodox and back again it changes the tempo of the fight.

?Next stop is the Klitschko express – hold on to your hats because it is going to be a rocky road.

?His days are numbered.?

With Klitschko?s next fight taking place in the US, could the Ukrainian be tempted to either Wembley or the Emirates Stadium for this fight or will he make Fury travel to the safe-haven he feels Germany provides him?