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Thread: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

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    Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Tyson Fury failed to appear at today's press luncheon in London to promote his Oct. 29 rematch with Wladimir Klitschko. Fury claimed that his car had broken down. By "coincidence" his manager Mick Hennessey was also absent. Hennessey's excuse was that he was caught in traffic and that he had inadvertently allowed the battery in his cell phone to run out of juice.

    Tyson Fury's trainer Peter Fury was there and said the usual things -- that Tyson's training was going well and that he was looking forward to the fight.

    Is there more here than meets the eye?

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Quote Originally Posted by ArneK. View Post
    Tyson Fury failed to appear at today's press luncheon in London to promote his Oct. 29 rematch with Wladimir Klitschko. Fury claimed that his car had broken down. By "coincidence" his manager Mick Hennessey was also absent. Hennessey's excuse was that he was caught in traffic and that he had inadvertently allowed the battery in his cell phone to run out of juice.

    Tyson Fury's trainer Peter Fury was there and said the usual things -- that Tyson's training was going well and that he was looking forward to the fight.

    Is there more here than meets the eye?
    NO! The distant cuz of the late, great GOAT Ali is playing games. Mind games and video ones. Holla!

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Quote Originally Posted by ArneK. View Post
    Tyson Fury failed to appear at today's press luncheon in London to promote his Oct. 29 rematch with Wladimir Klitschko. Fury claimed that his car had broken down. By "coincidence" his manager Mick Hennessey was also absent. Hennessey's excuse was that he was caught in traffic and that he had inadvertently allowed the battery in his cell phone to run out of juice.

    Tyson Fury's trainer Peter Fury was there and said the usual things -- that Tyson's training was going well and that he was looking forward to the fight.

    Is there more here than meets the eye?
    I don't think he is happy with the money. I don't see this fight coming off and see a long court battle looming.

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    This behavior makes it difficult for me to tell if he read my "Open Letter" to him or not.

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Quote Originally Posted by KO Digest View Post
    This behavior makes it difficult for me to tell if he read my "Open Letter" to him or not.
    He used to be a regular reader of THE SWEET SCIENCE during his days at the Kronk Gym with the late, great boxing guru/trainer Manny Steward. Holla!

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Maybe I'll deliver it to him down at the Dirty Gypo Pub.

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    The traveling man is just like the honey badger.

    Honey badger don't give a F and does what it wants.

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Quote Originally Posted by KO Digest View Post
    Maybe I'll deliver it to him down at the Dirty Gypo Pub.
    If a Gypo gives you a dog to sweeten the deal, be very careful. A double cross is upon you.

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Heavyweight Champion of the World Tyson Fury belongs to one of the most hated and most discriminated against minority groups on the planet. He is an Irish Traveler, a Gypsy, a "dirty Gypo" in the eyes of those who hate him, his ways, and his kind. The Nazis under Hitler targeted Gypsies for extermination while killing them in great numbers wherever they were found in Europe. Gypsies have no social movement, no Gypsy Lives Matter hashtag. It is ironic then, that Fury of all people, would come under fire for what some folks perceive as anti-Semitic, racist, bigoted, prejudiced, sexist, misogynistic, and otherwise un-PC comments on politics and religion. It would be hard to find a bigger victim of global xenophobia than Fury. Nobody understands real discrimination and injustice better than a Gypsy.

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    Re: Tyson Fury Was a No-Show. Is There More Here Than Meets the Eye?

    Quote Originally Posted by KO Digest View Post
    Heavyweight Champion of the World Tyson Fury belongs to one of the most hated and most discriminated against minority groups on the planet. He is an Irish Traveler, a Gypsy, a "dirty Gypo" in the eyes of those who hate him, his ways, and his kind. The Nazis under Hitler targeted Gypsies for extermination while killing them in great numbers wherever they were found in Europe. Gypsies have no social movement, no Gypsy Lives Matter hashtag. It is ironic then, that Fury of all people, would come under fire for what some folks perceive as anti-Semitic, racist, bigoted, prejudiced, sexist, misogynistic, and otherwise un-PC comments on politics and religion. It would be hard to find a bigger victim of global xenophobia than Fury. Nobody understands real discrimination and injustice better than a Gypsy.
    Tyson Fury is not allowed in some establishments even as heavyweight champ. No gypsy policy is widespread.

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