June 9th at Manchester Arena Tyson Fury makes his return
Looks like the TBA that Tyson Fury is gonna face finally has a name, Sefer Seferi (23-1,21KO’s). Fury makes his return June 9th at Manchester Arena after being out of action for over two years.
Seferi has fought at both cruiserweight and heavyweight. Although he has a pretty good record it’s worth noting that his one step up in competition gave him his lone lost. He fought Manuel Charr in September of 2017 losing by unanimous decision.
Fury is hoping to put all his issues in the past from failed drug test, suspension, along with health and mental issues. He does however appear to be in as great of shape as he’s ever been physically. The plan will more than likely be to bring him along slowly, perhaps two fights or so before stepping him up to a world class level.
If Fury can find his form, he will be expected to be a major player in the heavyweight division, which could in return make the division a whole lot better. We’ve seen what the best version of Tyson Fury could do when he ended the reign of longtime heavyweight kingpin Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015.
The comeback road for the man called the Gypsy King has been a long winding road with more than it’s share of bumps. Hopefully he can stay focused and find his path to the top once again.
By: Wilson Urena