Five Humiliating Losses of Tyson Fury's Amateur Career

 One of the greatest boxers of all time, Tyson Fury has had an impressive professional boxing career. However, people don’t know much about his amateur boxing losses. So here we take a look at Tyson Fury’s five losses in his amateur career.

Tyson Fury vs. Sardor Abdullaev

Fury was on an amazing six-fight win streak when the Uzbekistan native Abdullaev handed him the first loss of his amateur boxing career in 2006. It was Abdullaev’s second amateur boxing match.

Tyson Fury vs. Ivan Bezverkhyi

Bezverkhyi defeated Fury in his amateur boxing debut in 2007. This was Fury’s second loss in his amateur boxing career. However, Fury avenged his loss in the same year by defeating Bezverkhyi via referee technical decision.

 Tyson Fury vs. Maxim Babanin

Fury was on an impressive three-fight win streak when the Russian boxer Babanin handed him the third loss of his amateur boxing career in 2007. Babanin further increased his win streak to three by defeating Fury.

Tyson Fury vs. Alex
Vedernikov

Vedernikov secured a stunning win in his amateur debut by defeating Fury, who was on the back of two wins in 2008

Tyson Fury vs. Cathal McMonagle

Fury’s fifth amateur loss came at the hands of the Irish boxer McMonagle in 2008. However, Fury went on winning five fights in a row in the same year after his loss to McMonagle.

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