Former heavyweight champion Fury wins on boxing comeback

Former heavyweight champion Fury wins on boxing comeback

"I'll have a world title by the end of the year, that's a promise", declared Fury.

Whether he'd win or lose, one would imagine that Tony Bellew would nearly certainly put up a better fight against Tyson Fury than Sefer Seferi. "It has been a long time out of the ring, I was not in a rush, taking time when I started to get going, they pulled him out".

Tyson Fury's return to the boxing ring was marred by freaky crowd trouble, which saw fight fans turn on each other and brawl in the middle of the Manchester Arena.

The live stream of Fury vs. Seferi will precede that evening's SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® doubleheader that features WBA Featherweight World Champion Leo Santa Cruz in a highly anticipated rematch against former world champion Abner Mares live on SHOWTIME (10 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast) from Staples Center.

"I" m very happy with my performance overall, I thought it was very good. Take the hard ones out first. I won't take anything for granted and I'll enjoy every moment.

Despite the fact the Gypsy King was making his comeback after almost three years out of the sport, boxing fans simply could not get over how ridiculous the bout at the Manchester Arena was.

Tyson Fury
Fury’s opponent quit on his stool

Fury is next scheduled to fight at Windsor Park in Belfast on August 18, while a fight with Tony Bellew was mooted before the end of the year.

Back in action for the first time since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015, Fury showed occasional glimpses of his talent in an otherwise forgettable fight. He received his boxing licence in January after accepting a backdated two-year doping ban.

According to the BBC, Frank Warren, promoter to both Fury and Frampton, confirmed that the heavyweight would appear on the Belfast card as he continues his comeback. As he said from the beginning, it's a process.

'I was going to get in the ring, but then I got high, ' the song begins. We picked Seferi because he had gone ten rounds with Manuel Charr.

"I think Anthony Joshua is fighting Alexander Povetkin in September so he will not fight until next year now and I think Wilder has got a mandatory".

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