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Hennessy Disputes That Fury Signed Pact With Warren

London - Mick Hennessy and Hennessy Sports would like to set the record straight following speculation that Tyson Fury has signed a promotional deal with Frank Warren.

The 6'9" undefeated heavyweight remains with Hennessy Sports contrary to reports and continues his long standing and successful relationship with Promoter Mick Hennessy.

"These reports are not true, we have had a verbal offer from Box Nation for Tyson to appear on three of their shows, but as yet have not received any contract to look at and consider," Mick Hennessy said.

"Until something is agreed in writing and signed into, myself, Peter Fury and Tyson are still keeping our options open.

"We were told it would be 48 hours before we even receive any paperwork to look at and we are still awaiting any such communication."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Box-Office on 01-09-2014

So is Henessey also gonna write butt hurt articles about how Fury ducked Price and how he delivered for him

Comment by Trudoe the.. on 01-09-2014

They gunna try and sign the biggest deal for them at the end of the day. Won't be surprised if at the end of it all they end up signing with Warren. Smoke and mirrors.

Comment by Sjblandy on 01-08-2014

Warren has been clutching at straws for a while now because his stable aint worth a cup of cold pi55

Comment by El Angel on 01-08-2014

[QUOTE=chrismart83;14113183]Warren jumping the gun a bit then. A bit like his and Hearns dispute over Stephen Smith.[/QUOTE] Also reminds me a bit of him announcing Wilder-Chisora when GBP said they hadn't even received a contract for the fight yet, let…

Comment by Chrismart on 01-08-2014

Warren jumping the gun a bit then. A bit like his and Hearns dispute over Stephen Smith.

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