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Photos/Weights: Tyson Fury, Vinny Maddalone Ready

London- Official Weights from Cabot Circus, Bristol. Fury vs. Maddalone, proudly presented by Hennessy Sports in association with Sanigar Events and Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing, will be broadcast live on Channel 5 from 10pm. Supporting Tyson will be middleweight sensation Chris Eubank Jnr in his 5th pro fight against Terry Carruthers from Birmingham and British champion Lee Haskins from Bristol, who is challenging Darlington’s former British champion Stuart Hall for the vacant European Bantamweight title.

The undercard will also feature Lenny Daws vs Dean Mills and Tyson’s cousin Phill Fury, Bristol fighters Michael Graydon and Ricky Pow and Tamuka Mucha from Reading.

Official Weigh In at The Cabot Circus

12 x 3 minute rounds – WBO Intercontinental Contest

TYSON FURY (Manchester / Nutts Corner) vs. VINNY MADDALONE (New York, USA)

Tyson Fury - 17st 7lbs 8oz [245.5-pounds]

Vinny Maddalone - 16st 8lbs 8oz [232.5-pounds]

12 x 3 Minute rounds - European Bantamweight Title

LEE HASKIN (Bristol) vs. STUART HALL (Darlington)

Lee Haskins - 8st 5lbs 4oz

Stuart Hall - 8st 5lbs 12oz

6 x 3 minute rounds - Middleweight Contest

CHRIS EUBANK JR (Brighton) vs. Terry Carruthers (Birmingham)

Chris Eubank Jr - 11st 8lbs 9oz

Terry Carruthers - 11st 8lbs 10oz

8 x 3 minute rounds - Light Welterweight Contest

LENNY DAWS (Morden) vs. DEAN MILLS (Bridgewater)

Lenny Daws - 9st 11lbs 12oz

Dean Mills - 10st 1lbs

6 x 3 minute rounds - Welterweight Contest

PHILL FURY (Lancaster) vs. ANDREW PATTERSON (Birmingham)

Phill Fury - 10st 9lbs 8oz

Andrew Patterson - 10st 10lbs 4oz

Doors open at the Hand Arena on Saturday 7th July from 5 PM with the first bout scheduled to start at around 5.30 PM.
 
The July. 7 telecast will also be available in Canada to all Super Channel network subscribers and in the US on WealthTV.

Last few tickets starting from £30 can be purchased from the Hennessy Sports box office on 01925 755 222, Ticketline on 0844 888 4402, Ticketmaster on 0844 847 2500 or from Sanigar Events on 0117 949 6699

Tickets are also available to purchase online from the following websites.

www.hennessysports.com , www.ticketline.co.uk , www.ticketmaster.co.uk .

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 07-06-2012

every fight with vinny maddalone in it is going to end in a brutal knockout. he is fearless & will come right after fury. maddalone uses his head to block punches so this should be exciting while it lasts...remember the…

Comment by TheGreatA on 07-06-2012

You wouldn't think Vinny Maddalone was the type of opponent to make Fury seriously hit the gym. Maddalone's face tells his tale. He is a tough brawler, but not a boxer able to cause any top heavyweight serious trouble. This…

Comment by Alx. on 07-06-2012

fury starting to look better? eubank jr is ripped

Comment by yoz on 07-06-2012

Usually hate on Fury, but looks like he's actually put some work in during training. His opponent is still trash, mind.

Comment by ABOSWORTH on 07-06-2012

Poor Vinny Maddalone is going to KTFO brutally.

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