Dog the Bounty Hunter has been sharing his heartbreak over the loss of his wife Beth Chapman.Confirming her death on Wednesday, June 26, he was inundated with well wishes.Taking to Twitter in a recent post, he shared a heartwarming clip of Beth to his followers.The blonde was singing to Bruno Mars and appeared to be enjoying herself as she grabbed the mic. “People have asked me, what is something fans do not know about Beth… ”Duane ChapmanHe wrote: "People have asked me, what is something fans do not know about Beth…"Here you go."He received floods of retweets and likes, before fans quickly inundated him with gushing comments.One user wrote: "This is priceless. Such a bubbly, but stern soul. Rest easy Beth."Another added: "She was just as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside.
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Fury was in Manchester to watch George Groves v Chris Eubank Jr.Sunday, February 18, 2018Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is back into the swing of training, although he still has time for his fans!Following the conclusion to the epic super-middleweight showdown between George Groves and Chris Eubank Junior, Fury took to the streets of Manchester with thousands of fans.The self-proclaimed ‘Gypsy King’ is famed for his controversial behaviour and is loved and abhorred in equal measure by fans.However, as you can see in the video below, he was perhaps the most popular man in Manchester on Saturday night!The 29-year-old joined in with his fans in a raucous rendition of ‘There’s Only One Tyson Fury’ as they left the Manchester Arena.Fury watched on as Groves outclassed Eubank Jr. to clai