Boxing is filled with large personalities and love him or loath him Tyson Fury is perhaps the biggest ego there is at the sport right now. The former heavyweight world champion went AWOL win 2016 losing his titles after illegal substance misuse allegations.
In January 2018 that the Gypsy King declared his comeback and having gone through the motions against Seferi and Pianeta with simple victories he had been entitled to fight in the top level again. After a breakdown in talks between Anthony Joshua’s camp and Deontay Wilder’s, Tyson Fury awakened to put his name down to fight for the WBC heavyweight title.
The LA fight on 2nd December 2018 finished in a spectacular, and rare, draw. The fight went the distance and despite Tyson being knocked-down two, he was able to continue, demonstrating the fantastic evasive technique that saw his first meteoric rise. Many felt Fury should have won certainly, and would have done on home soil.
A rematch has now been set for 22nd February 2020. On this page there are betting odds, offers, fight information and you can also read about Tyson Fury and his career up to now.