By Rich Cheney: Peter Fury, the uncle and trainer for former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, thinks the former champion was fabulous for the sport when he was fighting. Peter is hoping Fury will be back inside the ring soon. The 28-year-old Fury hasn’t fought since pulling off a giant upset of Wladimir Klitschko in 2015,… Continue Reading Tyson Fury is fabulous for boxing says trainer Peter Fury
By Rich Cheney: Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is still waiting for the British Boxing Board of Control to give him the date for his next UKAD meeting. The 28-year-old Fury’s career will be stuck in limbo until he can receive clearance by UKAD [UK Anti-Doping] and the BBBofC. Beyond still needing to be cleared,… Continue Reading Tyson Fury’s career stuck in limbo
By Rich Cheney: Tyson Fury will not be resuming his career on July 8 like he’s talked about wanting to do, as the UK Anti-Doping hearing is still undercard deciding on his career. The 28-year-old Fury is waiting for the UKAD to give their ruling on his drug suspension. Besides the UKAD hearing, Fury needs… Continue Reading Tyson Fury’s UK Anti-Doping hearing still ongoing
By Rich Cheney: Tyson Fury says Anthony Joshua needs to be protected by his promoter Eddie Hearn, because the first good heavyweight he fights that’s not 41 will beat him. Fury (25-0, 18 KOs) says he wants to fight Joshua in a big money match after he takes 2 or 3 tune-up fights first to… Continue Reading Fury: Joshua loses to the first decent man he fights who’s not 41
By Rich Cheney: Tyson Fury said this week that he thinks he’s more than good enough to go straight into a fight with IBF/WBA heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and beat him without any warm-up fight at all when he returns to the ring. Beating down Joshua without a tune-up would say a lot about Fury’s… Continue Reading Can Tyson Fury beat Joshua without a warm-up fight?
By Rich Cheney: Anthony Joshua has already called out former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, and now he wants that fight to be net if possible. Joshua’s rationale for calling out the overweight and inactive Fury is because he says the British boxing public wants the fight, and he plans on giving them the fight they’re… Continue Reading Joshua: The British public wants Joshua-Fury fight
By Rich Cheney: Tyson Fury (25-0, 18 KOs) sees a lot of weakness in Anthony Joshua after the way he had to snatch victory out of the teeth of defeat against an older 41-year-old Wladimir Klitschko last weekend. Joshua did not look his best, and he wasn’t in command of the fight other than in… Continue Reading Fury says, “I can beat AJ with one arm tied behind my back”