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Hughie Fury Picks Up His Tenth Victory of 2013

Heavyweight prospect Hughie Fury (10-0, 6KOs), in his tenth fight of the year, won a six round decision over Dorian Darch (7-2) at York Hall in Bethnal Green, London. The sole score was 60-54. Fury, the cousin of heavyweight contender Tyson Fury, turned pro in March and since then has fought anywhere and everwhere - winning fights in Canada, Romania, New York City, Ireland and of course the various parts of the UK.

Also on the York Hall card, a string of new blood entering the sport as Lerrone Richards, Billy Rumble, Tommy Williams and Adam Salman won their pro debuts with decision wins

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by low_Bo on 09-30-2013

Who'd hughie beat this time, the greeter at Costco?

Comment by londoner on 09-30-2013

Hughie Fury is not going to take away Mike Tyson's mark as youngest heavyweight champ but he has genuine ability and the size to mix with today's big guys. Darch was a fair test at this stage and I like…

Comment by Æthelstan on 09-30-2013

[QUOTE=klitschkobrofan;13797380]He wasn't too bad at amateur considering he won the 2012 Youth World Amateur Boxing Championships before turning pro the following year[/QUOTE]Yes, but his amateur career was brief.

Comment by klitschkobrofan on 09-30-2013

[QUOTE=Ragnarok;13795422]Hughie Fury just turned 19 and is already 10-0. The plan is for him to remain active and fight a better quality of journeymen during the next 6 months. The 7-1 boxer he defeated today was better than his previous…

Comment by Æthelstan on 09-29-2013

Hughie Fury just turned 19 and is already 10-0. The plan is for him to remain active and fight a better quality of journeymen during the next 6 months. The 7-1 boxer he defeated today was better than his previous…

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