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  • Fury calls Klitschko camp 'cheats,' feared he'd be drugged

    Tyson Fury accused Wladimir Klitschko's camp of being ''cheats,'' saying Monday that he refused to accept any water after beating the Ukrainian in their world heavyweight title fight for fear of being drugged. ''I had good information off good resources not to touch anything in the changing rooms…

    The Associated Press
  • 'My style would absolutely murder his' - Haye hits back at Fury

    David Haye believes his style would "absolutely murder" that of Tyson Fury as the pair continue to exchange verbal barbs.

  • Fury rules out bout with 'fraud' Haye

    New heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury will not step into the ring with David Haye, but is eyeing a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko.

  • One-of-a-kind Fury won't change after heavyweight title win

    Being heavyweight champion of the world hasn't changed Tyson Fury much, at least judging by the maverick boxer's journey back to Britain after beating Wladimir Klitschko. There'll be no change in the champ,'' Fury, who is of Gypsy heritage and says he's the most charismatic boxer since Muhammad…

    The Associated Press
  • TYSON FURY: What did we learn, and what now for Britain's heavyweight champ?

    Well, I don’t think many of us saw that one coming - Tyson Fury is the heavyweight champion of the world, so what happens now for the Brit?

    Yahoo Sport UK
  • Fury reveals water plan to beat drug fears

    Tyson Fury claims he suffered from dehydration after his shock heavyweight title win against Wladimir Klitschko because he refused to drink water in his dressing room in case it was drugged in a bid to discredit him. English underdog Fury stunned Klitschko in Dusseldorf on Saturday to win the WBA,…

  • After beating Klitschko, Fury wants to be 'great champion'

    BERLIN (AP) — He threatened to walk away from boxing if he lost to Wladimir Klitschko, or even if he won. Now the always unpredictable Tyson Fury says he intends to be a great heavyweight champion.

    Associated Press
  • Tyson Fury's win a telling one

    While the result of Saturday's heavyweight showdown was shocking -- Tyson Fury took down the longtime champ, Wladimir Klitschko -- the fight itself was messy and unimaginative. Fury's reign could be the final curtain call for boxing's once-proud weight class.

    Sports on Earth
  • Britain's greats: 16 hours of global sporting glory for UK

    LONDON (AP) — In a German soccer stadium, Tyson Fury dethroned Wladimir Klitschko, paraded his four heavyweight title belts and serenaded his wife from ringside.

    Associated Press
  • Briton DeGale beats Bute to defend title

    Former olympic gold medalist James DeGale successfully defended his IBF super middleweight title for the first time with a unanimous decision over Canada's Lucian Bute. DeGale's defense came just hours after Tyson Fury became the 11th Briton to hold a current world title by upsetting long-standing…