Deontay Wilder 'definitely' considering a comeback as former WBC world heavyweight champion seeks to resurrect career after losing epic trilogy fight with Tyson Fury
Deontay Wilder was undefeated before his lucrative trilogy against Fury American lost his last two fights, but he says he is not yet officially retired Now former heavyweight world champion is 'considering' a return to boxing Former WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder is 'considering' a return to the ring.
Boxing champion Tyson Fury will be sharing the ‘tough tales’ from his life story at a live evening at Sheffield City Hall on Sunday. There are still tickets available to see the 33-year-old self-styled Gypsy King at his appearance in the city centre on June 26. The heavyweight titleholder, whose wife Paris is from Doncaster, is holding an evening of live entertainment, a sports auction and sharing ‘tough tales’ from his life story.
Tyson Fury has been hailed by fans after a heartwarming video emerged of the WBC Heavyweight Champion interacting with 7-year-old River Rhodes, who is battling a rare form of bone cancer Tyson Fury has shared a heartwarming video of himself embracing heroic young cancer patient River Rhodes. River has an Instagram page - named 'River the Champ' - where he documents his battle with a rare form of cancer.
WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury is ready to 'put his money where his mouth is' and bet £100,000 on his half-brother Tommy Fury to beat Jake Paul when the two clash in August Tyson Fury is ready to put his money where his mouth is after vowing to bet £100,000 that Tommy Fury will beat Jake Paul in August.
Tyson Fury has branded Anthony Joshua ‘a diva’ ahead of his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk. The undefeated Gypsy King hung up his gloves in April after a sixth-round knockout victory over Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium but has flirted with the idea of fighting again. AJ, 32, is set to rematch Usyk in August having been masterfully beaten by the Ukrainian in September.
Tyson Fury showed what a class act he is after some heartwarming moments with young cancer patient River Rhodes. Fury has always been regarded as a champion in and out of the ring and he has showed people why again. The unbeaten heavyweight champion has been spotted meeting with the seven-year-old, who suffers from bone cancer.
He allegedly turned down the Gypsy King six times Tyson Fury has revealed that Anthony Joshua allegedly turned down the opportunity to face the Gypsy King as many as six times in the past. Fury, who believes that Joshua would not be able to beat him, decided to hang up his gloves after knocking out Dillian Whyte at Wembley back in April.
Tyson Fury has taken aim at Anthony Joshua and insisted he will stay retired from boxing, following his knockout victory over Dillian Whyte at Wembley earlier this year Tyson Fury has laid into heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua, labelling him a "little sucker b****" who rejected the chance to fight him on six occasions.
Fury met seven-year-old River Rhodes who is bravely fighting bone cancer, and shared a prayer asking god to heal the child who has also met Manchester United football stars and boxing legend Ricky Hatton Tyson Fury shared an emotional prayer for seven-year-old River Rhodes to support his courageous cancer battle.
Tyson Fury vows to bet £100,000 on brother Tommy to beat Jake Paul in their long-awaited grudge match on August 6... but the Gypsy King warns his younger sibling he will have 'no right being a fighter' if he suffers defeat
Tommy Fury will finally meet Jake Paul on August 6 at Madison Square Garden The fight had been scheduled for last December but Tommy Fury got injured Tyson Fury says his brother has 'no right' being a fighter if he loses the bout Tyson Fury has vowed to put £100,000 on his brother Tommy to beat YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul on August 6.
New York, New York - TikTok star Jake Paul is set to make his boxing return at Madison Square Garden against professional boxer Tommy Fury in a pay-per-view match-up on Showtime. TikTok Star Jake Paul (l) will take on professional Boxer Tommy Fury on August 6.
The Gypsy King cut a colourful figure as he drew a large crowd to a special night of entertainment. WBC world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury wowed those attending an evening with him at KK's Steel Mill in Wolverhampton. Wearing a multi-coloured suit and exuding charisma, the 33-year-old Fury posed for pictures at a meet and greet with sponsors and guests who had paid extra to get their photos taken with the undefeated world champion.
after current headteacher Jennie Phillips suddenly quit The £15,000-a-year King's Hawford School in Worcester bizarrely states that prospective candidates must not be "pompous or arrogant" Parents have been left furious at an advert for a headteacher at a male-dominated prep school effectively tells applicants: "Karens need not apply".
The Mayweather family is most famous for legendary fighter Floyd Jr, but his dad was also a fighter and his cousin Roger was a legendary coach, and the Furys have a similar story Jake Paul has compared the Fury family with the American Mayweather boxing dynasty ahead of his fight with Tommy Fury this summer.
Frank Warren used the massive platform of Tyson Fury's world title fight with Dillian Whyte to announce Joseph Parker vs Joe Joyce - only to have the rug pulled from under him Frank Warren has laughed off rival promoter Ben Shalom as being on his "first rodeo" after offering Joe Joyce another route to fighting Joseph Parker.
Jake Paul and his on-and-off girlfriend Julia Rose posted a YouTube sketch making fun of the dynamic between Love Island sweethearts Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague Jake Paul and Julia Rose mocked Tommy Fury for being no more than Molly Mae Hague's Instagram photographer in a cringe-inducing sketch. The American social media stars have an on-again-off relationship and have enjoyed taking shots at their British counterparts Fury and Hague.
YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul will finally face former Love Island star Tommy Fury in a long-awaited clash after the two rivals agreed a date to reschedule their bout Jake Paul has been bad-mouthing arch rival Tommy Fury for months now, but with a date finally set, the American has now claimed the upcoming grudge match is the 'biggest risk of his career' to date.
Despite the heated rivalry between his son Tyson and Joshua, there has always been a respect between Fury and the two-time former world heavyweight champion and John Fury is backing Anthony Joshua to defy the odds and win his world heavyweight titles back from Oleksandr Usyk this summer. The former world heavyweight champion lost his belts for a second time back in September when he was comprehensively beaten at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium by Usyk.
Paul and Fury have finally agreed to fight on August 6 at Madison Square Garden after their initial December date was cancelled, and the Brit has vowed to finish his rival Jake Paul has been told that he will be "permanently shut up" after he takes a major step up to face Tommy Fury.