BritishBoxers.co.uk caught up with the enjoyable and entertaining Tyson Fury; the young man who is clearly working hard, thinking about his future, and is learning to have fun with the media. Tyson admits to hating press conferences, “Being lucky” in every single one of his fights, having limited skills, being scared of Dereck Chisora, and to simply “being in it for the money”. He even attributes his wins to a mysterious Gypsy Curse. And if you believe any of it, I’ve got some magic beans I want to sell you.
Tyson talks candidly (does he know any other way?) about Wladimir Klitschko not wanting to spar him, Deontay Wilder being more deserving of a world title shot than himself, and says he is up for a fight with David Haye despite a fight between the pair already falling through twice before.
This video shows you the two sides of Tyson Fury – the man in demand, getting tired of the pressers and the pre-fight appearances. And the guy who is just the same old Tyson I’ve known for some time now; a real solid character, and a breath a fresh air to the corporate huff of modern boxing.
Tyson Fury talks Froch-Groves 2 fight
Unbeaten heavyweight Tyson Fury gives his opinion on the Carl Froch vs George Groves rematch at Wembley arena. Froch won the fight by KO in the 6th round.
Interview with Peter Fury by www.britishboxers.co.uk
Peter Fury talks to British Boxers about the new gym, the importance of real friends, Tyson, Hughie, Young Fury, and of the new set up in Bolton.
As always, when Peter speaks it’s worth listening. Here, in the new HQ for Team Fury, Peter opens up about changes he’s made in his life and gives us an insight into the future for his fighters.
Interview with unbeaten heavyweight Hughie Fury by www.britishboxers.co.uk
The 19yr old Prodigy and Former Youth World Champion, is now 14-0 and is heading into another bout on the 14th of June.
Hughie will also be out again on July 2th when he fights on the undercard of Tyson Fury v Dereck Chisora.
Unknown to many, Hughie had been getting increasingly ill over the past few years. Recently, he’s been diagnosed with having hugely raised levels of copper in his blood; which explains the symptoms he’s been suffering with. Now starting herbal treatment, he’s seeking further advice from Harley Street.
Hughie says he has a title in sight by the end of the year. We wish him well in his continued recovery.