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Hughie Fury back in action Saturday, vows to break Mike Tyson’s record as the youngest world heavyweight champion ever

Just one week after demolishing the Ladislav Kovarik inside one round, 18-year-old heavyweight Hughie Fury (5-0, 4 KOs) next faces journeyman Tomas Mrazek (7-40-6, 5 KOs) in Norwich, England this Saturday. The bout will be Hughie’s first six-rounder. With six fights in his first three months as a pro, Fury is on the fast track with an eye on breaking Mike Tyson’s record as the youngest world heavyweight champion ever.

“I’ve got plenty of time, I’m only young and I’m improving every single fight,” Hughie said. “But I will do it, I will beat Mike Tyson’s record and be the youngest heavyweight world champion.”











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