Hughie Fury vs Joseph Parker Live Stream On Youtube – Sept 23

Hughie Fury vs Joseph Parker Live Stream On Youtube - Sept 23

Hennessy Sports is delighted to announce a groundbreaking partnership with YouTube that will offer a new way of watching Boxing.

The blockbuster WBO World Heavyweight Championship title fight between Joseph Parker and Hughie Fury on Saturday 23rd September at the Manchester Arena will be shown exclusively live in the UK and Ireland on YouTube (www.youtube.com/parkerfury) on a pay-per-view basis with further countries to be announced shortly.

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Hughie Fury vs Jospeh Parker: Fury Workout Photos

Hughie Fury vs Jospeh Parker: Fury Workout Photos

FURY POUNDS MEAT CARCASS LIKE ROCKY AHEAD OF PARKER SHOWDOWN

WBO World Heavyweight Title Challenger Hughie Fury is preparing for his massive showdown with Champion Joe Parker by punching on a meat carcass like movie icon Rocky.

Fury has based himself at a spartan-style training camp at Lake Windermere for the big fight on Saturday 23rd September at the Manchester Arena and is using a local abattoir to help with his preparations.

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Parker vs Fury – Sept 23 – Manchester Arena – Tickets

Parker vs Fury - Sept 23 - Manchester Arena - Tickets

Tickets are now on sale for the massive heavyweight showdown between WBO World Champion Joseph Parker and the mandatory and #1 challenger Hughie Fury.

Tickets are priced at £40, £60, £100, £150, £200 and £300 and are available from www.eventim.co.uk

Manchester hero Fury aims to cap a massive British summer of sport by defeating the steel-fisted New Zealander at the Manchester Arena on Saturday 23rd September and be crowned the new WBO king in front of his home crowd.

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Parker vs Fury: Fury Vows To Win WBO Crown

Parker vs Fury: Fury Vows To Win WBO Crown

World Heavyweight Title contender Hughie Fury has hailed the British and Irish Lions heroic performance against the mighty All Blacks and vows to emulate that by defeating New Zealand’s WBO World Champion Joe Parker in September.

The Manchester ace watched the crucial decider in the Test series at his hotel yesterday morning ahead of his own exhibition contest at the the Copper Box Arena and was gripped like the rest of the nation by the thrilling match.

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Parker vs Fury on May 6 in Auckland, New Zealand

Parker vs Fury on May 6 in Auckland, New Zealand

WBO World Heavyweight mandatory title challenger Hughie Fury will face the champion Joe Parker in Auckland, New Zealand, at the Vector Arena on Saturday 6th May, it was confirmed last night.

Undefeated Fury, from Manchester, will travel to the other side of the world as he looks to cause a massive upset against the similarly unbeaten and big-hitting Parker who is a superstar in his native homeland.

Fury aims to emulate cousin Tyson’s amazing feat of ending the reign of then division king Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015 when he travelled to Germany and tore all the belts from the seemingly invincible Ukrainian.

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George Foreman: “I hope Tyson Fury gets back on his feet”

George Foreman: "I hope Tyson Fury gets back on his feet"

Heavyweight living legend George Foreman has heralded Tyson Fury as “distinctive” and a “maverick” and says that boxing needs him while he urges his linear successor to get back in the ring as soon as possible.

Foreman, in an absorbing interview with the Daily Telegraph’s Gareth Davies, added that the heavyweight division now lacks the buzz for the casual fan whilst Fury takes time away from the sport to deal with personal health issues.

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Tyson Fury vacates world heavyweight titles

Tyson Fury vacates world heavyweight titles

Statement from Hennessy Sports: Tyson Fury has this evening announced that he has voluntarily vacated his WBO, WBA and IBO World Heavyweight titles with immediate effect to fully focus on his medical treatment and recovery.

Tyson defeated the then linear world champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany last November in one of the biggest ever upsets in sporting history to claim the unified world titles. However, due to a serious medical condition, Tyson was forced to withdraw from defending his titles against Klitschko in the rematch scheduled for October 29th in Manchester.

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Tyson Fury & Wladimir Klitschko Statements

Tyson Fury & Wladimir Klitschko Statements

The world championship bout between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko is cancelled, once again because of Fury. The Klitschko Management Group (KMG) was informed by Fury’s promoter that Fury cannot box for several months due to medical reasons. Thus, the fight night planned for October 29, 2016 in Manchester unfortunately must be cancelled.

Wladimir Klitschko received this message at his training camp. “I am totally disappointed that Fury cancelled the fight for a second time. I am in top shape and I would have loved to retrieve my world championship belts in Manchester. Since I became a professional boxer in 1996, I never had such a long break.“

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