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Monday this week we saw a bit of drama unfold at the Parker-Fury press conference in London.

Dave Higgins, Joseph Parker’s promoter, showed up late and wanted to make a scene about referee Terry O’Connor with whom he wasn’t happy refereeing the upcoming WBO World heavyweight title fight. An angry Peter Fury then stood up and lashed out at Higgins.

(Video By ParkerBox)

But the two have apparently now settled their differences. Higgins also explains why he did what he did. 

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