• Klitschko eager for revenge over ‘invisible’ Fury


    LONDON: Wladimir Klitschko said he was content to bide his time and wait for “revenge” over Tyson Fury after the world heavyweight champion failed to turn up for a press conference on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) ahead of their October 29 rematch in Manchester. Outspoken British boxer Fury, who rarely misses a chance to taunt his opponents, did not show up to the press conference on Monday, with a broken down car given as the reason for his non-attendance in London. His absence came as it was confirmed Fury’s hearing with the United Kingdom Anti-Doping panel, which had put the bout in jeopardy, would be delayed until November after a High Court ruling said the fight could go ahead as planned.



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