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Tyson Fury doesn’t see Anthony Joshua as his biggest British heavyweight rival

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Tyson Fury has rated Joe Joyce as a tougher challenger to his WBC heavyweight title than long-time rival Anthony Joshua.

Fury and Joshua were set to fight earlier this year but the bout was scrapped after an arbitration judge ruled in favour of Deontay Wilder’s trilogy with the Gispy King, which Fury would go on to win by 11th round stoppage.

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Tyson Fury’s wife, Paris shares heartbreaking story of how she suffered two miscarriages

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Heavyweight boxing champion , Tyson Fury’s wife, Paris has opened up on two ‘devastating’ miscarriages she suffered, insisting fertility hasn’t been an easy road for her even though they have six children.



Paris and Tyson have Venezuela, Prince John James, Prince Tyson, Valencia Amber, Prince Adonis, and Athena,as their kids.

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I can’t see AJ winning that rematch – Boxing promoter, Frank Warren tells Anthony Joshua to ignore a rematch against Oleksandr Usyk

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Anthony Joshua has been told not to go ahead of with his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk because he could lose against the Ukranian again.

English boxing manager and promoter, Frank Warren believes the Ukrainian should instead face the Gypsy King since they both hold all the major belts following showdowns against Joshua and Deontay Wilder in the last three weeks.

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I don’t know if I need to fight anymore – Tyson Fury drops retirement hint after back-to-back victories against Deontay Wilder

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Tyson Fury has hinted he could retire after his back to back victories against Deontay Wilder in their trilogy bout. The 33-year-old defended his WBC heavyweight belt over the weekend after blasting away the Bronze Bomber in Las Vegas.

The Gypsy King, who was dropped twice in the fourth round of their fight, sent his American rival crashing to the canvas three times in their third meeting.

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Deontay Wilder to have surgery on broken hand after Tyson Fury defeat

Deontay Wilder will have surgery for a broken hand he suffered in Tyson Fury defeat. Wilder was brutally knocked out by Tyson Fury in round 11 of their trilogy, which was his second consecutive defeat to the British boxer.

It was claimed that the American boxer had broken his hand during the fight, and will now receive emergency surgery next week after returning home to Alabama following the gruelling Las Vegas thriller.

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Deontay Wilder’s trainer Malik Scott reveals why Wilder snubbed Tyson Fury’s attempt to hug or shake him after the fight

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Deontay Wilder’s trainer, Malik Scott has explained why the Bronze Bomber snubbed Tyson Fury’s attempt to hug or shake him after the fight.

Wilder, 35, floored Fury, 33, twice in the fourth round in Las Vegas having been knocked down himself in the third round, before Fury rallied to end the fight in the 11th round. 

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Tyson Fury’s wife Paris takes shots at Deontay Wilder, tells him to retire because ‘he is not good at boxing’ and ‘not tough enough’

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Tyson Fury’s wife, Paris, has taken shots at Deontay Wilder after losing for a second time to her husband. Wilder was stopped in the 11th round of a brutal trilogy fight in Las Vegas on Saturday as Fury retained the WBC heavyweight he had stripped the Bronze Bomber of in February 2020.

Speaking after her husband’s victory, Paris told Wilder to retire from the sport because the American is not good at boxing’ and ‘not tough enough.’

“Clearly he (Wilder) is a tough man, but he’s not tough enough,’ Paris Fury told iFL TV after the fight. The first fight in December 2018 ended in a controversial split draw, before the Gypsy King convincingly won the rematch in February 2020 and then retained his belt on Saturday.



Fury declared the ‘Wilder saga is done now, done for good’ after the trilogy fight and his wife agreed. ‘Three times now,’ she said in reference to her husband’s three encounters with the American.



‘Maybe he (Wilder) will shut up now, go home and go to bed. I’ll be polite but we don’t want to hear that man’s name again. ‘Let him go and do something else, do something else that he’s good at. He’s not good at boxing clearly.’