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“You hear all this rubbish talk out of his mouth. Joseph Parker has checked gloves and his people have checked the ring. I want my son to win a world title with no hidden agendas,” said Peter Fury.

Higgins’ biggest argument is that the referee for the fight will be British.

“He has insinuated that I’ve got the Boxing Board of Control, one of the most respected governing bodies in the world, in my pocket. I have got no interest in a referee, a judge, or anything else. I’m here to see my son win a world title. All this stupid silly gossip, I’m not interested in all of that crap,” continued Fury.

Here’s Peter Fury’s response in full. 

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