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There I’ll be no birthday celebrations for Hughie Fury who turned 23 this week as he will be fully concentrating on the biggest fight of his boxing career.

Saturday night at the Manchester arena and his challenge to New Zealand’s WBO Heavyweight champion Joseph Parker can’t come quick enough. It’s been a frustrating wait for Fury who has been plagued by injury and health problems in recent months but promises a fully fit and better than ever performance.

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