Tyson Fury has been stripped of the IBF world heavyweight title won last month by beating Wladimir Klitschko. The decision came after the Ukrainian claimed his rights to a rematch.
Lindsey Tucker, championships chairman at the IBF, confirmed: “It’s true he’s [Fury} been stripped of his IBF belt.” He went on: “Our challenger was Vyacheslav Glazkov, but instead Fury’s gone and signed a rematch clause with Wladimir Klitschko.”
27-year-old Fury will face Ukrainean Wladimir Klitschko next year, possibly at Wembley Stadium.
Boxer Tyson Fury has repeatedly insulted the LGBT community linking homosexuality to pedophilia, and stated that a non-existent “Gay Rights Act” from 1977 legalized pedophilia claiming that he had evidence. Of course, it was another empty statement.
He also made sexist comments telling that a “women’s best place is on her back.” This generated a petition for his removal from Sport Personality of the Year award shortlist. The Brit told his critics to “suck his b***s”, and called the people who have signed the petition “5,0000 wankers.”
The Brit seems to have no remorse for his actions, no matter the consequences and he goes on “speaking his mind”.
He took it all out on Twitter. “Hopefully I don’t win @BBCSPOTY as I’m not the best roll model in the world for the kids, give it to someone who would appreciate it [prayer emojis].”
“I’ve got more personality than all the other competitors put together in this years @BBCSPOTY who can compete with my sporting achievement!
“The Gypsy King, & the heavyweight champion of the world, will not be silenced I’ll always speak my mind, Like it or lump it, in Jesus name.”
BBC justified that they cannot remove him from the list: “The Sports Personality shortlist is compiled by a panel of industry experts and is based on an individual’s sporting achievement – it is not an endorsement of an individual’s personal beliefs either by the BBC or members of the panel.”
A challenger to Tyson Fury urged him to stop making homophobic and sexist comments, but at the same time he pointed out that the Brit cannot change his outrageous ways.