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Hughie Fury: I Look Forward To Getting in There & Doing The Job

Hughie Fury has revealed he has pushed his body harder for longer than at any point in his life ahead of facing Kubrat Pulev for a shot at the IBF world heavyweight title.
 
The 24-year-old (21-1-KO11) travels to the Bulgarian capital of Sofia to take on the experienced Pulev (25-1-KO13) with a chance to take on IBF world champion Anthony Joshua a tantalising reward for the winner.
 
Having been controversially denied a world title a year ago against Joseph Parker, Fury has put himself through an even more arduous camp this time around.

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Sporting a wild beard and longer hair than usual, Fury said: “There’s certainly been no grooming. It’s a very messy beard.
 
“Everything is perfect and we’re just ready to roll. Things have gone fine and it’s all on schedule.
 
“It doesn’t bother me, going to his back garden. It doesn’t make any difference. A fight is a fight and I’m looking forward to going there and doing the job.
 
“Preparation has been torture in camp but all the hard work’s been done and I’m just looking forward to getting in there and doing the job in front of me.
 
“Every camp is different. In this one, I’ve been able to push my body a lot more than I’ve ever been done before. Now I’m getting older, I’ll be able to push my body even further.” 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by P4Pdunny on 10-20-2018

Just here for the comments

Comment by TinAgeOfBoxing on 10-19-2018

I have never seen weights that small. LMAO. Next HW champion of the world.

Comment by Plick647 on 10-19-2018

with that weight bar, youd think he was training with mayweather!?

Comment by Jkp on 10-19-2018

Lol, hes doing bicep curls with the ladies barbell. No wonder he's feather fisted.

Comment by Jkp on 10-19-2018

[QUOTE=Pusnuts;19207660]You've got to stop saying "controversially denied" vs Parker, he ran all fight and landed less , the end. It was only his dodgy gyppo family that tried to sway the rightfully declared result, as they thought hell Parker is…

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