Former heavyweight champion of the world Tyson Fury terminated a live interview in the UK at his comeback press conference following questions from a reporter that he did not like.
The line of questioning from the reporter surrounded two areas.
The first one asked Fury essentially does he need to portray a better image of himself to the public this time around on his comeback.
The second surrounded his past issues with UKAD (United Kingdom Anti Doping).
Here’s what happened when the ITV reporter and Fury came face to face:
— ITV News (@itvnews) April 12, 2018
Also during the press conference this week announcing Fury’s comeback on June 9th at the Manchester Arena, another reporter was shut down following questions about the past UKAD issue.
From a boxing perspective Fury looks to be shaping up well however ahead of the June 9th date and has indicated he still is aiming to lose a bit more weight before his first fight in nearly two and a half years.
His last active fight in the ring came in November 2015 when he defeated Wladimir Klitschko via unanimous points decision in Germany.
Fury will make his return to boxing with a new trainer in his corner in the form of Ben Davison and a new promoter in the form of Frank Warren.
It is understood his promotional deal is a multi-fight agreement.