Sport Fury hopes for AJ unification

10:10  11 april  2017
10:10  11 april  2017 Source:

Wlad rules out Fury rematch

  Wlad rules out Fury rematch Wladimir Klitschko has ruled out the possibility of a rematch with Tyson Fury, according to Bernd Boente.The 41-year-old former unified champion was denied the chance to avenge his defeat to Fury and is fully focused on his heavyweight clash with IBF champion Joshua on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box Office, with the vacant WBA 'super' title also on the line.

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Hughie Fury is "massively confident" he can beat Joseph Parker in New Zealand and set up an all-British heavyweight fight with Anthony Joshua.

Fury (20-0-KO10), who is looking to emulate his cousin Tyson in becoming a world champion, is unfazed at the prospect of fighting for the WBO title away from home in Auckland on May 6.

Kessler comeback gives 'The Cobra' food for thought

  Kessler comeback gives 'The Cobra' food for thought Former super-middleweight world champion Mikkel Kessler has announced he will return to the ring this year, A move which has given one of his former foes Carl Froch something to ponder it would seem. The 38-year-old Dane, who won five world titles, has not fought since losing to ‘ The Cobra’ in a rematch at the O2 arena in 2015, has confirmed he will re-enter the super-middleweight division, which includes British IBF world title holder James DeGale. During a press conference which had been called by Kessler to make his announcement, he outlined the following reasons for his decision. “I want to prove that I can become the best again,” “I’ve missed the training camps, and I’ve missed the focus you get from boxing – to have one goal, and to do your best to achieve it.” The Dane has yet to name a date or an opponent for his return. The comeback has given one of our own retired fighters and former super-middleweight rival Carl Froch something to ponder it would appear stated the following on Kessler’s return to Sky Sports. “Of course, we need to see what shape Kessler is in. We don’t know what his motivation is – and I am sure you all have your own opinion on that – but this has really got me thinking.” “Kessler’s coming back at 168lbs though. Now if he were to do it at light-heavyweight, maybe I would accommodate him.

"I learned a lot from the experience and I hope to help the side continue their strong start in the County Championship and get off to a flyer in the One Day Cup. Fury hopes for AJ unification . 3. Barkley 'victim of attack'.

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"Hopefully Joshua comes through and I come through and then (a unification bout) would be a great fight for British fans," Fury told

"The heavyweight division is buzzing at the moment and it's great to be part of it. I have a tough fight coming up against Parker but if I win then I'll be in a great position."

Parker (22-0-KO18) will be making the first defence of the title he won in December against Andy Ruiz Jr and Fury is aware of the threat the undefeated champions poses.

But with father and coach Peter Fury given a special visitor's visa to travel to New Zealand, the 22-year-old believes he will be taking the WBO belt back to Manchester.

"I rate Parker - he's one of the best heavyweights out there," he said.

"He's young, hungry, skillful, but so am I so it should be a cracking fight. It doesn't matter where the fight is, the outcome will be the same.

Tony Bellew eyes possible fight with Tyson Fury

  Tony Bellew eyes possible fight with Tyson Fury Tony Bellew’s record as a heavyweight is 1-0 after he defeated former world champion David Haye in his first fight in the weight class. Now he’s got his sights set on his next fight and he’s admitted that he would consider getting into the ring with another former world champion, Tyson Fury. Fury hasn’t fought since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 to become the unified world heavyweight champion and has since had his boxing licence suspended by the British Boxing Board of Control. Fury looks set to make a return to the ring in the near future with Manuel Charr a likely opponent but Bellew says he too would consider fighting the undefeated heavyweight. In an interview with SkyBet, Bellew said: “Why wouldn’t I consider [fighting Fury]? He’s got to get that weight down a bit, 25 stone he is at the moment so he needs to trim a little bit. I can not bulk up any more than I have bulked up at the minute, I’ve had one too many Nando’s!” Bellew also said that he hopes to see Fury back fighting soon as the sport needs him and that any future champions need to defeat him in order to be considered that absolute best. “I only wish Tyson well, he is great for boxing. The heavyweight division needs people like Tyson Fury so I would love to see him back, if it’s not against me then I’m sure there will be many challengers out there who would like to face him because, realistically, he is the lineal Heavyweight Champion of the world. Regardless of belts, he is the man who beat the man, so I would like to see him back.

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"Maybe when I get there it will sink in more but I'm a very calm person anyway so I'm just looking forward to getting there and getting acclimatised.

"I am massively confident that I can go there and cause an upset. I wouldn't be going all that way if I thought I couldn't win and bring the belt back to Manchester.

"It's my first world title fight but my dad has been through it all with Tyson so it's great to have him there with me.

"We are a great team and since he started training me from the age of 15, I have never lost a fight when he has been in my corner."

Watch Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 9, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Book the event online here or via your Sky remote.

Fury: Joshua will fall .
Hughie Fury has predicted a crushing defeat for Anthony Joshua and would be willing to face Wladimir Klitschko in the future.IBF champion Joshua has become embroiled in a Twitter row with Fury's cousin Tyson as he prepares to face Klitschko at Wembley Stadium on April 29, live on Sky Sports Box Office.


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