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Fury Wins, Back on 11/8 at City Academy Sports Centre

Hermitage Leisure Centre, Whitwick, Leicestershire - Heavyweight prospect Hughie Fury (11-0, 6 KOs) picked up a six round decision over Hrvoje Kisicek (4-6, 1 KO). The sole score was 60-54. After turning pro in March of this year, Fury had stopped four of his first five opponents, but has now gone the distance in three of his last four. The 19-year-old boxer is going to return on November 8th at the City Academy Sports Centre, Bristol, Avon. Hughie often trains with his older cousin, Tyson Fury, and wants to break the record of boxing legend Mike Tyson by becoming the youngest fighter to capture the heavyweight crown.
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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by moonshineman on 10-14-2013

Do any of these fighters he's beating have a pulse?.

Comment by LacedUp on 10-14-2013

[QUOTE=Adamjr91;13839872]Wow I know that when a fighter gets stopped they can't fight for a certain period of time and that is tough for journeymen but I had no idea that deals like that go on.[/QUOTE] They sure do. These journeymen…

Comment by TGD on 10-14-2013

I wouldn't read too much into the lack of a KO. He has been told to stay behind the jab and pick his shots, getting the rounds in at the same time. Both Sprott and Skelton have been offered a…

Comment by wja1966 on 10-14-2013

Hughie isnt getting the ko's because he's been told to get the rounds in by sticking to a plan. Once he starts stepping up you'll see the ko's coming back

Comment by kafkod on 10-14-2013

Haven't seen Hughie's latest fight yet, but the last few times I've seen him, he didn't seem to be going for the ko's like he was in his earlier fights. Maybe he's been told to settle down and box, get…

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