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Major Crowd Fight Takes The Shine Off Tyson Fury Return

14 June 2018

Such was the quality of the fight, a scuffle between a section of fans in the stands provided arguably more entertainment than that seen inside the ring.

Tyson Fury has returned to boxing amid ridiculous scenes, both in the ring and in the stands.

Tyson Fury made his comeback last night after nearly three years out but the majority of the action came outside of the ring thanks to a massive brawl in the crowd at the Manchester Arena.

Seferi's unsatisfactory withdrawal sent the boos - and the occasional drinks bottle - cascading down from the upper tiers, but for Fury at least, it is simply a case of reigniting a career that still promises much.

"He didn't come to fight - he came to run round the ring and enjoy himself".

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"I wouldn't change a thing, and we move on to the next one".

Promoter Frank Warren plans on Fury fighting again at Windsor Park in Belfast on August 18, on the undercard of WBO interim featherweight champion Carl Frampton's next fight.

"I'll be better next time".

With a height advantage of 10 inches and weighing almost five stone heavier than the Albanian, Fury's camp are hopeful that they will find a taller and heavier opponent for his Belfast bout.

It was an unusual conclusion to an unusual fight but Fury is back on the heavyweight scene and apparently ready for more testing opposition in the coming months.

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"At the end of the day, he needs rounds and he got four under his belt".

"I did a bit of dancing, threw a couple of punches and it was just about getting back to being under the lights again - it's been a long time", he added.

Britain´s Tyson Fury (R) connects with a left against Albania´s Sefer Seferi during their heavyweight contest at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, northern England on June 9, 2018.

The 29-year-old former world champion was back in the ring for the first time since beating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015.

Fury was given a backdated two-year doping ban, and he declared his boxing career finished as he piled on the pounds.

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Major Crowd Fight Takes The Shine Off Tyson Fury Return