Ruben Nieto W disq. 10 Lenny Daws
Hughie Fury W Ko 1 Larry Olubamiwo
Andrew Selby W 6 Everth Briceno
Cassius Connor W KO 1 Radoslav Mitev
Tyson Fury heads to Carshalton for Channel 5 appearance tonight
Exactly one week after dethroning Wladimir Klitschko to win the world heavyweight championship in Dusseldorf, Germany, Tyson Fury will be in attendance at the Westcroft Leisure Centre in Carshalton tonight to watch his promotional stable-mates in action and to be interviewed live on Channel 5.
Unbeaten star Fury, the new WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight champion of the world, is a man much in demand at present – and has fielded numerous offers and requests this week – but has chosen to make his first television appearance since his epic win in Germany on Channel 5, the channel that first brought him to the masses.
While in Carshalton, Fury will cast an eye over the European super-lightweight title clash between Carshalton’s Lenny Daws and Spain’s Ruben Nieto, and will also be on hand to watch his cousin, Hughie Lewis Fury, aim to make it eighteen wins from eighteen pro fights, live on Spike from 8pm.
Finally, Channel 5 viewers will get to hear from the man himself on the upset win that shook up the heavyweight division and catapulted Team Fury to the very top of world boxing.
*** Destiny: Daws vs. Nieto takes place on Saturday, December 5 at Carshalton’s Westcroft Leisure Centre and will be televised live and exclusively in the UK on Channel 5 from 10.30pm ***
*** The pick of the undercard, including appearances from Hughie Lewis Fury, Andrew Selby and Danny ‘Cassius’ Connor will be televised live and exclusively in the UK on Spike from 8pm ***