Heavyweight Manuel Charr confronts Tyson Fury in Germany as Fury pushes Charr off after the heavyweight said words to Fury.
German heavyweight boxer Manuel Charr took it upon himself to confront Tyson Fury this weekend who was on his travels in Germany it appears.
Many will remember Charr for press conference antics with David Haye years ago, as well as been stopped inside the distance by the likes of Alexander Povetkin and Vitali Klitschko over the years.
32 year old Charr put two wins together in 2016 and appears to be making a mini revival in his career with his eyes now on the Ring Magazine champion Tyson Fury.
Fury of course has not fought since he beat Wladimir Klitschko all the way back in November 2015. An immediate comeback is not expected too soon either, with the big man perhaps being his heaviest ever at the moment.
Charr could represent the type of opponent that might work well for Fury for his first fight back though.
Considering the length of the layoff it would be hard to see Tyson in with a world beater in his first fight back. Whenever it does happen in 2017.
The two came across one another recently in this fairly staged encounter if you ask me, make of it what you will:
If the fight were to happen, you’d have to think Tyson Fury in whatever condition would do a number on Charr in all fairness.