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Tyson Fury profile: Professional record, next fight, weight and reach, who he has fought
All the key facts, stats and figures about the world heavyweight superstar
Tyson Fury has had one of the most storied careers in boxing history and it isn’t finished yet.
After stunning the world with his win over legend Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, Fury’s career appeared over due to a mess of controversies and personal issues.
But he is now back at the top of the sport thanks to an amazing comeback and his draw with Deontay Wilder last year was one of 2018’s best.
Fury has his sights set on reclaiming the world heavyweight crowns and is expected to be involved in some huge bouts over the coming months.
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Tyson Fury: Debut and who he has fought
Fury made his professional debut on 6 December 2008 when he stopped Hungarian Bela Gyongyosi inside the first round.
He has beaten Dereck Chisora twice and claimed wins over the likes of Christian Hammer, Joey Abell and Steve Cunningham.
But Fury hit the headlines with his remarkable points win over Klitschko in Dusseldorf in November 2015.
That victory saw Fury claim the WBA (Super), WBO, IBF, IBO and The Ring magazine titles.
Fury was then absent from boxing for nearly three years before making his comeback with a win over Sefer Seferi in June 2018.
Another tune up win over Francesco Pianeta followed before his thriller with Wilder last time out.
Tyson Fury: Wins, losses and professional record
Fury is unbeaten in his 28 fights since turning pro, claiming 19 wins by the way of knockout.
The dramatic draw with Wilder is the only blip on his record.
Tyson Fury: Weight, height and reach
Fury’s weight has tumbled since his comeback to the ring but he still hit the scales at 18st 4lbs when he face Wilder.
The 30-year-old, who fights from an orthodox stance, is 6ft 9in (206cm) and has a reach of 85in (216 cm).
Tyson Fury: Next fight and future opponents
Fury is set to take on Germany’s Tom Schwarz at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on June 15.
He is also expected to agree a rematch with Wilder or face Anthony Joshua later in the year.