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Hughie Fury Sparred Tough For His York Hall Clash

London - Hughie Lewis Fury is in action this Sunday afternoon as he faces Dorian Darch at York Hall, Bethnall Green, London, on Miranda Carter's 'Sunday Rumble.'

The 19-year-old heavyweight bids to improve his perfect professional record to 10 straight victories when he enters the ring with the tough and durable 29-year-old, Darch.

Hughie has been sparring alongside the likes of his older cousin Tyson Fury, former IBF world cruiserweight champion Steve “USS” Cunningham and “Fast” Eddie Chambers and will be looking to give his best performance to date.

Although hotly tipped to beat Mike Tyson’s famous record of becoming the world’s youngest ever world heavyweight champion, Hughie cannot afford to overlook Darch, who boasts seven wins from his eight professional contests to date.

The Aberdare-based heavyweight will certainly be looking to blemish the record of the teenage sensation over their scheduled six round contest this weekend.

Doors for Miranda Carter’s ‘Sunday Rumble’ open at 2pm, with boxing scheduled to start at 3pm.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by moonshineman on 09-27-2013

Hughie Fury looks like a cartoon character.

Comment by Bodyshot3 on 09-26-2013

Darch might be the first lad with the balls to make it a fsemi-fight...he's nothing special but tough and fit enough to stick around for a few rounds and make Hughie work up a sweat. He's been club-fighting in Welsh…

Comment by low_Bo on 09-26-2013

Sparring a 90-year-old man would be tough sparring for that bum, hughie fury.

Comment by KeepItObjective on 09-26-2013

Hughie has skills :boxing: looks like a well schooled boxer.

Comment by TGD on 09-26-2013

Whether he breaks the record or not, at least he's having a go. He will not be chasing domestic titles. Peter is trying to keep Hughie busy and gradually step up the level of competition but I know he has…

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