As Tyson Fury-Wladimir Klitschko rematch fever dominates the headlines, younger cousin Hughie Fury will headline for the first time in London, on Saturday.
Few gave Tyson Fury a chance to defeat Wladimir Klitschko last November but he did and the Englishman gets a chance to repeat that result on home soil.
Young, undefeated heavyweight Hughie Fury will face Nagy Aguilera on March 26 and will fight on Billy Joe Saunders’ undercard on April 30.
Joe Gallagher spoke to RingTV.com in his first interview since being selected as the first U.K.-born Trainer of the Year, and the Englishman is understandably elated.
We don’t always concentrate on the men who deliver outside the ropes. Day 8 of our year-end awards focuses on THE RING Trainer of the Year for 2015.
The Klitschko-Fury fight may not have set the world on fire but a rematch with the former champion seeking revenge would still be a massive attraction.
Peter Fury goes in-depth on preparing his nephew for the eagerly anticipated showdown with Wladimir Klitschko on Oct. 24 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Reports said WBC heavyweight titleholder Deontay Wilder had made an offer to fight Hughie Fury but the suggested date could be a terminal sticking point.
Tyson Fury knows he’s the underdog against David Haye, who he faces on Sept. 28, but the giant heavyweight contender is cool and confident going into the biggest match of his career. “The pressure is all on David because, as he said, I’m just a chump and everyone expects him to beat me.”