Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Tyson Fury weighs in significantly heavier than Sefer Seferi for comeback fight

Tyson Fury weighs in significantly heavier than Sefer Seferi for comeback fight

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Seferi (23-1, 21 KOs) returned the favour, but could barely lift the former WBA-WBO-IBF champion off the ground.

It means that I am in good shape but you can never predict championship results outside the championships because championships in track and field can be insane.

"There's no nerves at all, I feel like I've been a goldfish trapped in a tank and now I'm being released back into the river where I belong, so just watch me swim", Fury told a press conference.

Fury chose to focus on this weekend rather than look to future possible fights against the world heavyweight champions Joshua and Wilder. If he's knocked out 21 men before, if he gets it on me he'll knock me spark out too.

"But I've been out 1000 days so I need rounds". It was a rollercoaster few years and I'm just glad to be back.

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'I felt good and I knew that if I put my race together right I could possibly be in PB territory and I did.

"I feel sharper now, more power". I don't remember ever feeling this good, this quick, this strong.

The 22-year-old, who took 200m bronze at the Commonwealth Games earlier this year, slashed 0.07sec off her 2015 mark to finish second behind world indoor champion Murielle Ahoure of the Ivory Coast.

But Fury is looking short-term - until after Saturday's fight at least.

Live coverage for the Frank Warren promoted event will be provided by BT Sport with United Kingdom sportscasters John Rawling providing the blow-by-blow and Richie Woodhall the analysis. In the co-feature, Jermell Charlo will face Austin Trout for the WBC Super Welterweight World Championship.

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