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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.

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

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