UK Anti-Doping is set to investigate a farmer's claim he was told to lie in support of a high-profile case involving world champion Tyson Fury.Fury and his cousin Hughie tested positive for a banned steroid in February 2015, blaming the result on eating uncastrated wild boar.A farmer said he was offered £25,000 to say he sold the meat to 'Team Fury' - but promoter Frank Warren called this claim "a load of rubbish". Ukad has refused to comment.Being found guilty of tampering with the first investigation, which followed those positive tests, could result in an eight-year suspension.Lancashire-based farmer Martin Carefoot provided evidence to a Ukad investigation stating he had supplied the team
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Tyson Fury is a two-time heavyweight champion of the world after producing a stunning performance to beat Deontay Wilder in their rematch by TKO. Fury dropped Wilder twice before the American’s corner threw in the towel on the seventh round, to bring an end to his unbeaten record and his reign as WBC champion. Britain […] talkSPORT
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury both caused a shock at their weigh-in by coming in heavy ahead of their rematch tonight.The heavyweights, who face off again live on talkSPORT, were significantly bigger than for their first bout back in December 2018. Getty Wilder and Fury are ready for the rematch, live on talkSPORT Getty The champion was heavier than ever before in his career Challenger Fury walked out to a reception befitting of a home fighter as his travelling army of British fans took over the MGM Grand. Wilder was booed, but remained composed regardless. Fury stepped onto the scales first and came in at 273lbs (19st 7lbs) while the champion followed up at 231lbs (16st 7lbs). For the first fight, Wilder scaled 212½lbs (1
Deontay Wilder believes Tyson Fury is scared and will be having sleepless nights before their world heavyweight title rematch later this month.The pair fight in Las Vegas on 22 February for Wilder's WBC championship.Their bout in December 2018 ended in a controversial draw with the American knocking Fury down twice, although the Englishman also thought he had won. "When you get knocked down by someone, you never forget it or how they did it," said 34-year-old Wilder.Speaking on a media conference call from the United States on Tuesday, he added: "Deep down I feel he's nervous, very nervous from what happened the first time. "When you go in there for a second time it has to be stressful and yo...
Tony Bellew has exclusively told talkSPORT that the boxing world is going mad.So far this week, YouTube stars KSI and Logan Paul have hosted a ridiculous London press conference for their November rematch, meanwhile Tyson Fury crashed the WWE for a brawl with Braun Strowman… and it’s only Tuesday. Getty Tony Bellew is now a pundit after a successful career at cruiserweight and heavyweight CHALLENGE Wladimir Klitschko reveals who he’s backing in the Ruiz Jr vs Joshua rematch Fight off? Usyk vs Spong in doubt after VADA inform Hearn about adverse finding in test Crossover Tyson Fury appear