USS Cunningham joins Fury camp for sparring

Tyson Fury will be sparring with recent conquest Steve 'USS' Cunningham (25-6) in preparation for his September 17 date with David Haye. Fury stopped the American in the seventh round back in April after Cunningham floored him in the second with an overhand right. Fury has Reading's former British champion Michael Sprott and Brixton heavyweight Dillian Whyte in his training camp. His uncle and trainer, Peter Fury, also revealed he's hoping to recruit another American - 'Fast' Eddie Chambers (36-4) Chambers has been in with heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko and recently made his debut at cruiserweight, dropping a points decision to South African Thabiso 'The Rock Mchunu (14-1).


Crolla V Murray

A lot of people consider the lightweight bout taking place in Manchester this weekend between Anthony Crolla (27-4-1) and John Murray (32-2) to be a very close call indeed. The contest, in UK's second biggest city on Easter Weekend, is for the WBO lightweight Inter-continental title, but the significance of the result means more than the marginal title as it will put them a step closer to a world title fight. Even if this isn't immediately forthcoming, the division is stacked in Britain, and can throw up some massive domestic scraps.

Fight Reports

Scott Quigg

Bury's Scott Quigg retained his WBA world super bantamweight title at the Phones 4 U Arena with a second round stoppage of South African Tshifhiwa Munyai, and now looks towards unification fights with Leo Santa Cruz, Kiko Martinez and, hopefully at some point, Carl Frampton.