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January 5, 2018
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January 1, 2018
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New Year's Resolutions

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AT the turn of the year, hundreds of New Year’s resolutions will be planned, made and hopefully adhered to. For boxers, one of the hardest areas of training is weight management and making sure they can ‘cut’ to their fighting weight in a healthy way. So, here are four new year’s resolutions to help you successfully manage your weight.

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Robert Seaborne BSc (Hons), MS
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November 30, 2017
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November 13, 2017
November 13, 2017
Tyson Fury

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PERHAPS Tyson Fury is starting to get back in shape.

WBA and IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, on Twitter, instructed the former titlist to ‘get fit you fat f***.’ Maybe those words stung Fury, who released footage of himself doing some padwork Monday.

His hands looked relatively fast, though his protruding belly is clear. Fury has a lot of weight to lose to return to being fighting fit.

Tyson had furiously responded to Joshua, saying, “He’s being himself now which is good.”

Tyson Fury

He addressed Joshua directly: “To be honest with you my old mate, I don’t need to get fit for somebody like you at all … even at 25 stone. I really don’t need to get fit for you.”

Fury was scathing about Joshua’s last performance against Carlos Takam on October 28. “You just fought a midget the other day in a hard fight. The referee had to stop it in case you got caught or beat. Bum city, like I always said. Useless, no gas, no stamina, too many weight. You want to practise on a bit more speed, a bit less power.”

Fury it seems would have done well to spend a bit more time in the gym. But his return to training is welcome for boxing fans. Watch the footage and see what you think:

First session back on pads. With @bendavison_ in @hattongym feeling good, 😊😊😊

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