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Hughie Fury
Hughie Fury




UD 10
UD 12
KO 2


6' 6" / 198 cm
Orthodox (R)

Full record


Ranking @ Heavyweight


The story

Born on September 18, 1994 in Stockport, Greater Manchester England, Hughie Fury is the younger cousin of Tyson Fury, who is perhaps best known for defeating long-time heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. Hughie's father, Peter, started training Hughie from a young age, and took over cousins Tyson's career as he moved from professional prospect to contender.

Hughie Fury had a successful amateur career, culminating in his gold medal win at the 2012 Youth World Amateur Boxing Championships in Yerevan. He fought at super heavyweight, making him the first British boxer to compete at that weight class and win gold at that event.

Fury chose to go professional after that, and his debut came the next year, on March 22, 2013. He traveled to the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to take on David Whittom, who was fighting in front of his hometown fans. Fury scored a quick stoppage by TKO in the second round. He quickly turned around and fought Alex Rozman in Madison Square Garden on April 20, this time scoring a first-round TKO.

He continued to keep up a high pace, fighting Moses Matovu on May 14 in Belfast, Ireland, which was his first fight to go the distance. He ended up winning on points after four rounds. Just 10 days later, he took on Janos Finfera in Timisoara, Romania and won by way of second-round TKO. On June 8, he notched a first-round TKO against Ladislav Kovarik in Stone, England, and then only a week later he won on points after six rounds of action against Tomas Mrazek.

He may not have been fighting high-level competition yet, but he was fighting often and picking up decisive victories either by stoppage or clear decisions. When 2013 came to a close, he had fought a total of 12 times, with seven stoppages and five decisions.

He picked up where he left off when he fought for the first time in 2014, taking out Matthew Greer with a second-round TKO in London, England. His next three fights, against Danny Hughes, Adriy Rudenko and George Arias all went to the scorecards, although Hughie Fury still clearly won each fight. While he hadn’t been as active, in particular taking an eight-month break between the Hughes and Rudenko fights, he picked up again towards the end of 2015.

On November 14, 2016, he fought Emilio Ezequiel Zarate in Bristol, England and connected with a textbook right hand, winning the fight by KO in just the second round. He fought again weeks later on December 5 against Larry Olubamiwo and finished the match even more quickly, picking up a first-round TKO. After a couple months off, he returned to the ring on March 26, 2016 for a decision victory over journeyman Dominick Guinn.

He then earned a shot at the vacant WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title. The fight took place in London, England, and it was against Fred Kassi. After seven rounds of action, there was an accidental head clash that left Fury unable to continue because of a cut. It went to the judge’s scorecards, and with the British fighter comfortably ahead, he won the belt.

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What is Hughie Fury's Record?

Hughie Fury's record currently stands at 25 wins, 3 loses and 0 draws. Of those 25 wins he has stopped 14 of his opponents, so his current knock-out ratio is 56%. Despite his 3 loses, he has never been stopped. He's boxed a total of 155 rounds, meaning his professional fights last 5.5 rounds on average.

What was Fury's last fight?

Hughie Fury's last fight took place against Mariusz Wach's on 12th Dec 2020, in London, United Kingdom. He won by unanimous decision in the 10th round. That fight was 9 months and 15 days ago.

How active is Hughie Fury?

Fury's last 5 fights have come over a period of 2 years, 4 months and 2 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 5 months and 20 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 34 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 6.8 rounds on average.

Where is Hughie Fury From?

Fury was born in the United Kingdom.

How Old Is Hughie Fury?

The heavyweight is currently 27 years old. He was born on 18th September 1994, so he will turn 28 in 11 months and 22 days.

How long has Fury been fighting?

Hughie Fury made his professional debut in March 2013, so he has been a pro for 8 years and 6 months.

How good is Hughie Fury?

Fury is currently ranked 14th by the IBF and 5th by the WBA at Heavyweight.

How tall is Hughie Fury?

Fury is 6' 6" (6 Foot and 6 inches) which is 198cm (1 meter and 98 centimeters).

What stance does Hughie Fury use?

Fury fights from a traditional orthodox stance, which means he favours his right hand as his power hand when fighting.

What are some potential opponents for Hughie Fury?

Some potential future fights for Fury include Anthony Joshua, Dillian Whyte, Joe Joyce, Deontay Wilder and David Allen.

What will be Hughie Fury's Next Fight?

Hughie Fury is to face Christian Hammer next on Saturday 16th October 2021. The fight will take place at Newcastle Arena, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom. The fight will be broadcast on Sky Sports Arena in the UK

How can I stream Hughie Fury's Fights?

In the UK you stream Fury's fight against Hammer on NowTV and Sky Go.

What are some recent Hughie Fury results?

Hughie Fury has stopped 3 of his last 5 opponents.

In his last fight, he defeated Pavel Sour on 7th March 2020 by technical knockout in the 3rd round at Manchester Arena, Lancashire, United Kingdom.

Previous to that, he had been beaten by Alexander Povetkin on 31st August 2019 by unanimous decision in their 12 round contest at O2 Arena, London.

Going into that contest, he had defeated Samuel Peter on 12th July 2019 by technical knockout in the 7th round at King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Before that, he had beat Chris Norrad on 25th May 2019 by knockout in the 2nd round at Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, United Kingdom.

He had lost to Kubrat Pulev on 27th October 2018 by unanimous decision in their IBF World Heavyweight eliminator fight at Arena Armeec, Sofia, Bulgaria.

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Hughie Fury's next fight

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Saturday, Oct 16 2021

When is Hughie Fury's Next Fight?

Hughie Fury is to face Christian Hammer next on Saturday 16th October 2021. The fight will take place at Newcastle Arena, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom. The fight will be broadcast on Sky Sports Arena in the UK

Hughie Fury streams

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You can stream Hughie Fury via NowTV. They allow you to stream Sky Sports boxing cards via their app, based on a 24 hour, weekly or monthly passes. You’ll also get access to 11 Sky Sports Channels during your pass period. They also do a monthly smartphone only pass for £5.99, which is great if you need to catch Hughie Fury on the move.

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Existing or new Sky Sports subscribers can stream Hughie Fury, and all Sky boxing cards, via the Sky Go App. This is free is you’re already a Sky Sports TV customer. It’s available for Apple, Android, Firestick, Roku and games consoles.

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Hughie Fury tickets

Saturday, 16 October 2021

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Newcastle Arena, Tyne and Wear

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Show open: TBA

Main event starts: 9pm est

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Where can I get Hughie Fury Tickets?

Tickets are officialy on sale for Fury vs Hammer from Ticketmaster but currently under limited availability or sold out.


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