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Joseph Parker kept his WBO heavyweight title in Manchester with a majority points win over Hughie Fury after a strange fight in which not much happened.

If the fight was strange, so were the scorecards.

Two of the judges had it a landslide for Parker at 118-110 and the other couldn’t separate them at 114-114.

The Furys offered a different interpretation. They celebrated wildly at the final bell, apparently convinced Hughie had done enough to win the belt, and there were bemused looks once the decision had been announced.

At ringside, there were those who had Fury winning, others had it a draw or scored for Parker.

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