HUGHIE FURY nailed a rare stop-loss to Christian Hammer, claiming he was only 50%.
WBC Heavyweight Cousin World Champion Tyson took on the respected Romanian in Newcastle and was forced to retire after five rounds due to a biceps injury.
The 34-year-old Hammer was far from barbarians such as Tony Yoka, Luis Ortiz, and Alexander Povetkin, so the 27-year-old Fury’s record would look good early at night.
After landing dozens of jabs and some pinpoint uppercuts, he celebrated Fury by saying:
“I had a lot more to do and he got sick there.
“I was letting go of the shot, but that was only 50 percent of my chances.
“The stop was approaching and he was constantly being beaten. Ask Hammer how good I am. I love fighting.”
Veteran war horse Derek Chisora Proposed as the next opponent for a 6’6 inch traveler.
When Fury with no frills He said he would take the chance to take on the respected gatekeeper.
Hughie Fury submits Christian Hammer and scraps with fan favorite Derek Chisora
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