Tyson Fury: Last News


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There is an exciting night of boxing on Saturday night at Wembley Arena, with the main event seeing number one ranked heavyweight contender Joe Joyce fighting. Joyce is in line for a world title shot later in the year and fans will be sure to be watching the event to see how the 36-year-old shapes up ahead of a potential fight against Tyson Fury.

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Tyson Fury insists he won't return to boxing despite suggestion of retirement U-turn
Tyson Fury insists he has no plans to return to boxing despite talk of a retirement U-turn intensifying in the past few weeks.The 33-year-old told fans he was done after knocking out Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium in April and has consistently insisted that there's no chance of a re-think, despite the allure of a title-unification fight against the winner of Anthony Joshua vs Oleksandr Usyk.And in a post to Instagram on Tuesday evening the Gypsy King said he was sticking to his guns, telling followers that reports of him returning to boxing is "news to me".While working out on an exercise bike, Fury said: "I've just read today that I'm supposed to be coming out of retirement."That's news to me. As far as I'm concerned I'm staying."Earlier this week, Fury's promoter Bob Arum hinted at an emphatic return to action for the world heavyweight champion, saying: "Tyson Fury is retired and he will be retired until we come to him with the next big event and then he will unretire.Will Tyson Fury stay retired? Let us know what you reckon in the comments section."I think Fury is going to wait to see how the [Anthony] Joshua fight comes out with [Oleksandr] Usyk, and then he'll make a determination whether he wants to continue," Arum added."Other than fighting the winner of Joshua-Usyk, there's really nothing that's really of interest to Tyson Fury, so we will have to see."Despite supposedly hanging up his gloves, Fury has not vacated any of his world titles yet, so fan scepticism is more than a little understandable.
Love Island's Gemma's family life - lookalike mum to bond with famous dad Michael Owen
Gemma Owen might have landed in the iconic Love Island villa - but she's not the first member of her family to enter the spotlight.Plenty of past Love Island stars have boasted celebrity family members over the years before shooting to fame in the sunny ITV villa in Mallorca.That's because Dani Dyer is the daughter of EastEnders hard-man, Danny Dyer, and Tommy Fury is the hunky brother of heavyweight champion boxer, Tyson Fury.19-yea-old Gemma is the daughter of former England, Liverpool and Newcastle striker Michael Owen, which means she's no stranger to being in the public eye.As Gemma is set to join the rest of her fellow Love Island castmates, Daily Star have taken a look inside her home life.Do you have a story about one of this year's Love Island stars? Contact us at staronlineshowbiz@reachplc.com.Gemma is the eldest daughter of former footy star Michael - whom she's clearly very close to.The brunette beauty has clearly inherited her dad's sporty genes as she's a keen equestrian and international dressage rider.She even told Daily Star as much as she revealed being competitive is in her family's "blood" - and that it could give her an edge over her fellow islanders in this year's series.Gemma and Michael have been spotted out together on a family day out at the races, such as for the Boodles May Festival Ladies Day in Chester.Proud dad Michael gushed over his eldest for showing a business flare and launching her own collection of swimwear last year.He took to Instagram to write: "Pretty damn proud of my daughter for launching her new @ogbeachwear brand."Gemma told Daily Star about her close relationship with her dad, where she revealed her father issued her "no rules" for the show as he trusts her.Despite being