David Price To Have A Big 2016?

By Anthony Wheeler

It was announced last week that Liverpool giant David Price 19 wins (16KOs) 3 losses has teamed up with well respected trainer David Coldwell.

The move could reignite the ESPN 2012 prospect of the year career.

Price was stopped in his last fight against Erkan Teper in the 2nd round but Teper failed a drug test after the bout it later emerged.

With the British Heavyweight scene blossoming with the likes of Current Kingpin Tyson Fury, former champion David Haye, Anthony Joshua and Derek Chisora there are still plenty of options left for Price if he can go on a winning run.

There have been many Heavyweight champions of the past who have come back from adversity just look at the not so distant past and Wladimir Klitschko who suffered multiple defeats earlier on in his career.

The Heavyweight division is now in a transitional period with no dominant champion and the belts split between Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Charles Martin.

Price punches extremely hard and can be a real danger to anyone in the heavyweight division.

Is 2016 the year Price finally stamps his authority on the Heavyweight division?