Haye Wants Tyson Fury as a Sparring Partner to Prepare for Valuev

valuev-haye3By William Mackay: British heavyweight David Haye is looking at trying to get big 6’9″ unbeaten Tyson Fury (8-0, 7 KO’s) as a sparring partner to help him prepare for his November 7th challenge of World Boxing Association Nikolay Valuev in Germany. This would be great news if Fury takes up the offer and decides to spar with Haye, because David needs all the help he can get against the big seven foot behemoth Valuev.

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Tyson Fury to fight on Dunne-Kratingdaenggym undercard on September 26th

By William Mackay: Unbelievably, heavyweight Tyson Fury (8-0, 7 KO’s) will be fighting next week on the undercard of the Bernard Dunne vs. Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym fight against a still to be determined opponent on September 26th at The O2, in Dublin, Ireland. Fury was looking to fight for the Irish heavyweight title, but it looks as if he’s had no takers and will have to settle for another lesser opponent to fight.

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Fury Shouldn’t Waste time Giving McDermott a Rematch

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By Scott Gilfoid: Alright, here’s the deal: I’ve seen the Tyson Fury vs. John McDermott fight and I think there’s no case for a rematch. All these McDermott fans are crying over spilled milk and I really wish they would shut their traps already and get over the fact that McDermott lost the fight. Deal with it, take the pain. Things like this happen in boxing. McDermott lost and that’s how it is. In my view, McDermott doesn’t deserve a rematch and if I’m Fury’s management I’d tell him to go fly a kite and forget about a rematch, that is, unless they want to shower Fury with cash to fight Big boy McDermott again.

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I thought Fury Beat McDermott quite easily

fury453434By Scott Gilfoid: After watching Friday night’s clash between British heavyweights Tyson Fury (8-0, 7 KO’s) and Big John McDermott (25-6, 16 KO’s), I’m in full agreement with referee Terry O’Conner about Fury having won the fight. I had Fury winning eight rounds to two for McDermott. Referee O’Conner had Fury winning 98-92, the exact same as me.

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Fury Defeats McDermott, Captures English heavyweight title

fury43534By Sean McDaniel: Heavyweight Tyson Fury (8-0, 7 KO’s) can sure talk the talk, but he failed to walk the walk against Big John McDermott (25-6, 16 KO’s) tonight, struggling to beat the fat journeyman by a questionable 10-round decision at the Brentwood Centre, in Brentwood. The fight was decided by referee Terry O’Conner, who gave it to the 21-year-old Fury by the score of 98-92.

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Fury defeats McDermott on Questionable decision

fury543434By Nate Anderson: Unbeaten heavyweight Tyson Fury (8-0, 7 KO’s) put in a disappointing performance last night in defeating big John McDermott (25-6, 16 KO’s) by a 10-round decision to capture the English heavyweight title at the Brent Leisure Centre, in Essex. Referee/judge Terry O’Conner scored the bout 98-92, giving Fury the decision by six huge points. I couldn’t understand the score because it looked to me that McDermott had done enough to win the fight by one, maybe two rounds.

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Fury wins controversial decision

fury562335By Steven Wain: Tyson Fury (8-0-7 KO’s) beat John McDermott (25-6-16 KO’s) today by a 10 round decision (98-92) for McDermott’s English heavyweight title. However, the fight was not one way traffic as the score card seems to show. Quite frankly, I had it the other way round to McDermott.

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Fury vs. McDermott: Will Tyson put John Out of His Misery?

fury53258By Sean McDaniel: Unbeaten British heavyweight Tyson Fury (7-0, 7 KO’s) faces a stiff test on Friday night in the way of John McDertmott (25-5, 16 KO’s) in a fight for the British heavyweight title at the Brentwood Centre, in Brentwood. Fury, 21, is not short on self confidence as he’s already predicting a knockout win over McDermott on Friday, and looking past him towards a shot at Danny Williams.

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