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‘Wait for the news’ – Tyson Fury teases potential heavyweight clash with world champion Deontay Wilder and lashes out at Anthony Joshua

‘Wait for the news’ – Tyson Fury teases potential heavyweight clash with world champion Deontay Wilder and lashes out at Anthony Joshua

Sports
SURELY NOT? Fury was dismayed to see Anthony Joshua refuse a fight with the American, but suggested he could make the step up and fight Tyson Fury has teased the possibility of a fight against Deontay Wilder in the near future. The passionate heavyweight, who is set for the second fight of his comeback next month, lashed out at ‘golden boy’ Anthony Joshua via Twitter. Wilder and Fury clash after a successful WBC title defence by the American’s in 2015 WBC Champion Wilder and Brit superstar Joshua seemed set for a late summer showdown at Wembley. But the fight never materialised and ‘AJ’ is now set to fight his WBA mandatory Alexander Povetkin on September 22 – a fight you can hear live on talkSPORT. And Fur...
Trump lashes out at wrong Theresa May on Twitter

Trump lashes out at wrong Theresa May on Twitter

Technology
President Donald Trump is lashing out at British Prime Minister Theresa May in a dispute over his tweets. Problem is, he initially picked on the wrong Theresa May. Trump was responding to May's criticism of his decision to tweet anti-Muslim videos. Online archives of Trump's tweets show the president tweeted Wednesday night to a Twitter user with the handle @theresamay. That user is identified as a woman with a different last name who has only six followers. That tweet was soon deleted and Trump sent a new message to May's correct Twitter handle, @theresa—may. He told May not to focus on him and instead worry about "destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom." ——— Associated Press Writer Patrick Mairs in Philadelphia contributed to this story.Let'
Toddlers among dead as monsoon lashes Mumbai

Toddlers among dead as monsoon lashes Mumbai

World
Torrential monsoon rains have brought Mumbai to a halt - destroying homes and leaving thousands of people stranded.Police say a woman and two toddlers were killed after houses collapsed in the Indian city's suburbs, while three other people died after being swept away by floodwater.Commuters in the city of 20 million waded through swirling waist-high waters after the financial hub's transport network was paralysed - with trains cancelled and bus services suspended.Footage from one train station showed dozens of people standing on platforms as water gushed on to the tracks.Image:Flooding in some low-lying areas caused vehicle pile-upsMany workers had no choice but to stay in their offices overnight, with several companies making arrangements to provide food and bedding for those unable to t...