Tyson Fury Odds
Talks of a possible future clash with either Wladimir or Vitali Klitschko may still be a long way from becoming a reality, but it is hard not to be impressed with the start that Tyson Fury has made to life in the heavyweight division.
The facts that he is still young and still unbeaten both offer plenty of encouragement, alongside his 6ft 8ins frame.
Take Tyson Fury odds against smaller opponents
Tyson Fury is very much like the Klitschko brothers in that he uses his size advantage to great use against his opponents.
The British boxer has learnt not to go straight in for the kill and smartly boxes behind his jab, preventing an opponent from getting close enough to land shots of their own.
This fact alone means that Fury is likely to be tough to beat against almost anyone.
This was largely the case when he became the current British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion when defeating Dereck Chisora.
He is also arguably more skilled and a better technician than many heavyweight boxers, who are more at home in a scrap and are more interested in using their power in the early rounds in search of a knockout.
Look out for Tyson Fury odds to face the Klitschkos in the future
With David Haye having retired unofficially, the onus is certainly on Fury to lead the British charge against the Klitschkos and his size would take either of the brothers out of their comfort zone and away from their usual fighting style.
However, first he still needs to improve his stamina and general ring craft and showed signs of doing so in recent knockout victories over Canadian Neven Pajkico and Northern Irishman Martin Rogan.