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Tyson Fury’s father John Fury gave a lengthy interview to Boxing Social after the recent WBO World heavyweight title fight between Joseph Parker and Hughie Fury.

The night proved to be a disappointing one for the Fury’s as Hughie lost the bout via points after a close twelve round fight.

But the conversation also steered towards John’s son Tyson, who is still waiting for his hearing the UK Anti Doping Agency.

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