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Tyson Fury Confronted With Harsh Reality Check for His ‘Silly’ Move

Published 09/27/2022, 8:15 AM EDT

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Tyson Fury is moving away from Anthony Joshua’s fight after the latter’s team could not match the deadline imposed by Fury. This would be the third fight, the 33-year-old is dodging, since he announced his comeback.

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This has again created chaos in the heavyweight division, which was expecting this British rival to reach fruition by the end of this year. Meanwhile, the boxing world is not able to understand Fury’s irrational moves.


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Fury’s former opponent, Dillian Whyte, labeled it as ‘silly’ and claimed that ‘Big fights’ take time.

White, who is away from the active headlines after he got knocked out earlier this year, came up bold on ‘The Gypsy King’.

In an interview with Sky Sports Boxing, he said, “I think it could happen but Tyson Fury is putting a lot of pressure on not intelligently, he’s just trying to use social media and it’s been a bit silly. Really these big fights take time because a lot that goes into it the team’s got a lot, so there’s a lot of commercial things and protecting your best interest and other things and protecting your rights and obviously these guys are in two different TV stations.”

According to Dillian, signing a contract for such a big fight is not a simple thing. Fury is acting like a ‘big dosser’.

What did Eddie Hearn say on Tyson Fury?

Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, who did not believe in Fury’s words and share an intense feud, was quite disappointed with Fury’s move. While him and Fury’s promoter were trying to reach common terms and make a deal for this fight, Fury’s irresponsible behavior messed up everything.


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Speaking to media personnel, Hearn said, “Tyson Fury wants to fight Manuel Charr. It’s pretty obvious and there is absolutely no way this contract gets signed on a Monday. Because it’s still a long way to be done. All of a sudden, He wants it to sign in 24 hours. No chance so let him do whatever he wanna do. If he really wants the fight, he’ll let the process unfold and we’ll sign the contract when it’s in the right place.”


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Next, he targeted Fury for making false statements. Recalling Fury’s retirement promise, he claimed that he was okay if Fury goes off.


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Written by:

Abhishek Singh


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Abhishek Singh is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. Following the completion of his training as an amateur boxer, he is currently preparing to appear for trials at the state and national levels. With over 3 years of experience in playing the sport, Abhishek is also the holder of a Bachelor's in Arts degree from the University of Delhi.
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Vibhanshu Kumar