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    JAKE PAUL vowed to END Tommy Fury's boxing career if they fight and claimed his rival will not be "be able to walk outside anymore". Twice the pair have signed for a celebrity grudge match and both times Fury was forced to pull out. 3Jake Paul vowed to end Tommy Fury's boxing career if they fightCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Tommy Fury has twice pulled out of fighting Jake PaulCredit: Rex It remains to be seen whether Paul will make a hat-trick of attempts to get the 2019 Love Island star into the ring. But the American warned Fury dodged a bullet and would be better off trading insults opposed to punches. Paul said: "Look, it will be the last payday of his life, from boxing at least. "He would quit boxing after that or at least he should. I'm going to turn him into a meme if we ever fight, literally a crazy meme. "Like this guy is not going to be able to walk outside anymore. So, it's actually probably smarter for him not to...
    TYSON FURY claimed he will announce his return fight NEXT WEEK - but warned it will not be against Oleksandr Usyk. The unbeaten WBC champion starred in WWE's Clash at the Castle pay-per-view in Cardiff and did so after calling out Usyk. 2Tyson Fury speaking after WWE's Clash at the Castle PPV But with the Ukrainian ruling himself out till next year after recently beating Anthony Joshua, Fury is unwilling to hold out for him. He said: “Usyk was calling me out after his last fight with Joshua, I’ve replied and said let’s do the fight this year, wherever they want to do it. “I’ve been waiting for offers from countries to come forward, and all of a sudden Usyk has stated he doesn’t want to fight any more, he wants to fight next year, not this year. “So, I’m not going to wait around for anybody, I’m announcing a fight next week.” READ MORE IN BOXINGCASH OUT Watch Tyson Fury KO WWE star Theory before paying tribute to Drew McIntyre Fury, 34, appears to have confirmed...
    THE WBC won't set a "time limit" for Tyson Fury to confirm his retirement and vacate their title. The Gyspy King appeared to call it a day after his brutal knockout of Dillian Whyte at Wembley last month but has yet to officially bow out of the stacked heavyweight division. 3Tyson Fury teased retirement after his brutal knockout of Dillian Whyte last monthCredit: AFP 3But The Gypsy King has yet to vacate the WBC heavyweight titleCredit: GETTY 3But WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman won't put any timeline on Fury to confirm his retirementCredit: REUTERS Fury, 33, has also yet to vacate the WBC's prestigious green belt but won't face any immediate pressure from the Mexican sanctioning body to do so. WBC chief Mauricio Sulaiman told Planet Sport: "We're going to give him the time he needs to reflect, to relax, he just did the mandatory of the division. "There's no hurry to pressure him or his team into making any decisions. We will be in communications, he's having a holiday with his family. "I'm not saying we will get him three...
    FRANK WARREN has insisted "no-one's going to tell Tyson Fury what to do" amid talk of the WBC heavyweight champion retiring. The 33-year-old defeated mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte inside a packed Wembley Stadium last month to keep his unbeaten record in tact. 1Fury and wife Paris will decide whether the WBC champ keeps on fightingCredit: JAMIE MCPHILIMEY - THE SUN But Fury says his bout with his fellow Brit will be his last. Promoter Warren insists nobody will force Fury's hand on whether to continue fighting or to hang up the gloves. The decision will be Fury or his wife Paris'. Warren told The Mirror: "No-one’s going to tell Tyson Fury what to do. READ MORE ON BOXING 'No way.. he's a dosser Fury stunned as son says he wants to be like WILDER when he's older “The only person who will tell Tyson Fury what to do will be Paris or himself. “There’s nothing for the WBC to assess. "I don’t see any relevance because there’s no mandatory due, so what are they going to talk about? Why...
    TYSON FURY doesn't reckon Anthony Joshua will end up fighting Oleksandr Usyk again. Joshua had the unified heavyweight titles ripped from his clutches in his Tottenham tussle with slick southpaw Usyk last September. 3Anthony Joshua is set to rematch Oleksandr Usyk later this yearCredit: Marc Aspland 3But WBC heavyweight champ Tyson Fury doesn't foresee the fight coming to fruitionCredit: POLARIS AJ immediately exercised the rematch clause placed into his contract to face the undefeated Ukranian, although Fury doesn't believe the bout will come to fruition. He told iFL TV: "I personally don't think it happens because Joshua doesn't want it and two if it does happen, which it won't, I think Usyk stops him this time. "You heard it here first, and I rarely get them [predictions] wrong to be fair, rarely. "By the way, Eddie I see all the stuff you say about me not wanting to fight Usyk. "Get your man to fight him and get that big L [loss] again, please. Prove me, wrong dosser, you work for me." Fury, 33, is currently preparing for a grudge...
    EDDIE HEARN said Dillian Whyte 'doesn't believe' Tyson Fury will fight him but has been 'training non-stop'. The British rivals were subject to a record-breaking purse bid which was won by Fury's promoter Frank Warren following a £30.6million offer. 3Eddie Hearn said Dillian Whyte 'doesn't believe' Tyson Fury will fight him but has been 'training non-stop'Credit: instagram 3Tyson Fury is mandated to fight Dillian WhyteCredit: Rex But without a date and venue, the fight has not been officially signed, meanwhile Whyte has remained silent since the announcement. And Hearn revealed until pen is put to paper, the heavyweight challenger has to see it to believe it He told iFL TV: "He doesn't believe that Tyson Fury will fight him, being honest, he don't believe anything that they say. "I guess he's thinking until I get a contract, until everyone signs, until I get the date and the money's paid. I don't believe it, but we'll see. "He's ready, he's been training non-stop and by the way, you don't have to play to their tune you know....
    There is growing backlash over the progressive new Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg and his shockingly soft stance on crime that was revealed on Monday in a memo to his staff, less than a week after new Mayor Eric Adams took office.    Bragg, the newly minted prosecutor of the Big Apple's main borough, sent a memo to his staff Monday announcing that he 'will not seek carceral' sentences for criminals, unless they were guilty of murder or a handful of other crimes he deems serious enough to jail a criminal for.  Among his sweeping changes is that prosecutors should ditch felony armed robbery charges and instead charge suspects with petit larceny - a misdemeanor which carries a maximum of one year in prison - even if a weapon is involved 'if do not create a genuine risk of physical harm.'  Burglaries won't be prosecuted as burglaries if the burglar steals from a storage unit or outdoor property that isn't connected to a 'living' dwelling, and lesser crimes like prostitution, turnstile jumping, weapons possession (of non-firearms) and marijuana possession won't be prosecuted...
    Tyson Fury dubbed Deontay Wilder a 'sore loser' and an 'idiot' after the Bronze Bomber refused to put their bad blood to bed following their trilogy thriller in Las Vegas. Fury won with an 11th-round knockout to make it two wins and a draw from their three fights, despite being knocked down twice in the fight's fourth round. After his win, Fury, 33, says he tried to approach his heavyweight rival but had an attempt at an embrace refused - and Wilder was seemingly adamant he would show absolutely 'no respect' for the champion.  Fury said: 'I said "well done, mate" and he said "I don't want to show any sportsmanship or respect." I said "No problem." I was very surprised. Sore loser. Idiot.'  Tyson Fury celebrates his win in Las Vegas - but Deontay Wilder refused to embrace him Fury approached Wilder in the ring - only to be told he would not show any sportsmanship RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III: Gypsy King WINS thriller... Not MORE...
    Tyson Fury will be fighting Deontay Wilder for the third time later this month as he defends his WBC and Ring Magazine heavyweight title. While Fury is at the top of the boxing world, much of the focus on the sport has been on Jake and Logan Paul. Both YouTube stars have had high-profile fights in recent months with some calling them disrespectful to the sport. But not Fury. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "I've been pretty impressed with the Pauls – both of them – to be fair, they've been a good breath of fresh air to the boxing scene," Fury told TMZ Sports on Sunday. "Fantastic, guys. Well done if you're watching." Fury has been trying to set up a fight between his brother Tommy Fury and Jake Paul for a few months. Tommy Fury called Paul a "massive p--sy" in April and Paul responded calling the call out an "act of desperation." TYRON WOODLEY TRAINING WITH FLOYD MAYWEATHER FOR JAKE PAUL FIGHT Jake Paul fought and won Ben Askren and is now focused on...
    TOMMY FURY said the ball is in Anthony Joshua's court with brother Tyson ready for the British blockbuster. The opposing camps are working around the clock to arrange a historic undisputed title decider. 3Tyson Fury is in talks to fight Anthony JoshuaCredit: Rex Features 3The opposing camps are working around the clock to arrange a historic undisputed title deciderCredit: PA:Press Association And Love Island 2019 winner Tommy, a 4-0 light-heavyweight, warned Joshua that half-brother Tyson is ready to rumble. He said on talkSPORT: "At the end of the day, Tyson's ready to fight. But Tyson's ready to fight 24/7. "He proved that, he had three years off and came back and fought Wilder. "The ball's in AJ's court now. AJ and Wilder were talking for four years; 'Oh, I'm gonna fight him, I'm going to do this'. "Tyson got straight off the couch and thought, 'I'll fight you as he obviously isn't'. And that's what it's like now. "We are ready to fight. The ball's in Joshua's court. "Whenever he wants to...
    EDDIE HEARN insists Anthony Joshua's blockbuster heavyweight title unification fight with Tyson Fury won't be derailed by legal action from Deontay Wilder. The American sought mediation last year to try and land a trilogy fight with Fury, which he believes he's contractually entitled to. 5Anthony Joshua pummels Kubrat Pulev with a huge right handCredit: AFP 5Anthony Joshua is on a collision course with fellow Brit Tyson FuryCredit: PA 5Eddie Hearn is 'confident' Deontay Wilder's legal action won't derail Joshua vs FuryCredit: MATCHROOM BOXING Team Fury, however, are adamant Wilder's rematch clause expired last October. Matchroom Boxing chief Hearn isn't concerned about Wilder's attempts to land a third fight with The Gypsy King, telling Sky Sports: "That's a problem and a question really for Top Rank, and Bob Arum. "We've been assured by them, that's not going to be an issue in making this fight. "I do believe that Deontay Wilder, he was supposed to be fighting in January. "Now we're in the middle of February, so how much longer is he going to wait? "He's been out of the...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA's eagerly-anticipated heavyweight title unification fight with Tyson Fury will be derailed by Deontay Wilder, according to Derek Chisora. Negotiations over the long-awaited Battle of Britain are underway, with both parties confident of hashing out a deal. 4Anthony Joshua is on a collision course with Tyson Fury after knocking our Kubrat PulevCredit: Matchroom 4Derek Chisora reckons Deontay Wilder's rematch clause will delayed Joshua vs Fury until 2022Credit: Getty Images - Getty But former world title challenger Chisora reckons the trilogy fight clause Wilder had placed in his contract to rematch Fury will delay the super-fight until 2022. Del Boy told IFL TV: “The contract says he [Wilder] fights Tyson Fury three times. “ "So why is everybody trying to come up with their own conclusion for? “We’ve seen the first [Fury vs. Wilder] fight, we’ve seen the second fight, and now we’re going to see the third fight. "So I’m hoping the third fight is going to happen. He’s going to fight Tyson Fury again next year. 4 “The fight WON’T happen next year because Deontay Wilder has...
    CHANTELLE CAMERON is on a mission to have a fight as big as Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury. Fresh off claiming her first major world title by defeating Brazil’s Adriana dos Santos Araujo for the WBC light-welterweight belt in October, Cameron is focused on one opponent in particular. 3Chantelle Cameron won the WBC light-welterweight belt in October and wants to face Katie TaylorCredit: Mark Robinson Ltd 3Katie Taylor is Ireland's undisputed champion and has won 17 pro bouts with six KOsCredit: Mark Robinson Ltd Undisputed lightweight champ Katie Taylor has long been her desired pro match-up since they met as amateurs in 2011. As their reputations have grown, so has the clamour to see them face off again — and so much so that a potential bout is being dubbed the women’s Joshua vs Fury. But as AJ and the Gypsy King look close to finally confirming a date in 2021, Eddie Hearn’s latest Matchroom capture is tired of chasing an uninterested Taylor. Cameron, 29, said: “The fight is nowhere near being made. Right now, I don’t think it will...
    TYSON FURY'S promoter Frank Warren has shut down talk that the Gyspy King could face Dillian Whyte in his homecoming bout on December 5. The WBC heavyweight champion's name was mentioned by Eddie Hearn after the Body Snatcher's rematch with Alexander Povetkin was postponed. 4Tyson Fury will NOT be fighting Dillian Whyte next month, according to his promoter Frank Warren 4Whyte will have to wait in his bid to exact revenge on veteran Russian Alexander Povetkin Povetkin tested positive for coronavirus ahead of his November 21 fight against Whyte, with their contest now expected to take place on January 30. The Brit banger is now scrambling to find an opponent before the end of the year, with Fury, Derek Chisora and Michael Hunter all linked with facing him. But any hope of seeing a domestic dust-up between Whyte and Fury has been quashed by Warren. The unbeaten Mancunian, 32, is set to face European champ Agit Kabayel next month in what will be his first fight in England since his comeback bout in June 2018. Speaking to talkSPORT, Warren said:...
    Charlize Theron wasn’t prepared to let go of the “Mad Max: Fury Road” character Furiosa, but she had to. Filmmaker George Miller told the New York Times in May that he was going to do a prequel with a younger actress to portray Furiosa. Theron, 44, opened up in a new interview about Miller’s decision. CHARLIZE THERON SAYS SHE’S ‘SHOCKINGLY’ SINGLE: ‘SOMEBODY JUST NEEDS TO GROW A PAIR AND STEP UP’ Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy in 2015's 'Mad Max: Fury Road.' (Warner Bros. Pictures) “It’s a tough one to swallow. Listen, I fully respect George, if not more so in the aftermath of making ‘Fury Road’ with him,” the actress told The Hollywood Reporter on Monday. “He’s a master, and I wish him nothing but the best.” 'MAD MAX' REVIEW: BLISTERING, VICIOUS NON-STOP DRIVE THROUGH HELL She continued: “Yeah, it’s a little heartbreaking, for sure. I really love that character, and I’m so grateful that I had a small part in creating her. She will forever be someone I think of and reflect on fondly.” Charlize Theron attends...
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