Legendary Gypsy King and current WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury Fighting is no stranger.
Speculation remains about the elusive Anthony Joshua Fighting, all the while he was in undisputed title contention Oleksandr Usyk on the horizon and potentially even wrestlemania his future look.
But is there a fight you’d love to see Fury in? How about a battle with 5ft2 minimumweight Marc Anthony Barriga?
Tyson Fury standing next to a minimumweight boxer
The 2018 images have recently resurfaced, thanks to talkSPORT’s Michael Benson. When you view this pair side by side, you see an absolutely noticeable size mismatch.
The “Gypsy King” towered above his opponent at a height of 6 feet 9, a foot 1/2 taller than his opponent. The astronomical weight difference would also be a problem for Barriga, who weighs just 108 pounds compared to the Fury, who comes in at a whopping 268 pounds.
Seriously, Barriga is an accomplished athlete. He was born in the Philippines and represented his country in 2012. Olympic Before accumulating a professional record of 11 wins and 2 losses.
The nickname “Da Baby Boy” may be offensive, but Barriga has proven himself as a contender by challenging for the WBO World Flyweight and IBF World Minimumweight titles on separate occasions.
Fury, on the other hand, has little to say.
The undefeated heavyweight champion has a career record of 33 wins and 1 draw in 34 heavyweight fights. boxing With a potential battle with Usyk on the horizon for a long time, it looks like Fury won’t back down anytime soon.
However, if Tyson Fury needs a match between heavyweight fights, an attraction fight with Barriga isn’t a bad move to consider.
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