Tyson Fury shoots Lewis Hamilton for ‘not paying UK taxes’ as boxing champion complains about lack of recognition of awards

The undefeated WBC heavyweight world champion Fury has won every major title available to a fighter in the sport’s most dominant weight category, but he says he is yet to receive the kind of recognition he deserves. ‘He feels his in-ring efforts have earned it in the UK.

The Briton is yet to find a place on the Queen’s year-end honors list, although rival Anthony Joshua has received an OBE from Buckingham Palace in the past.

However, Fury’s race in boxing’s heaviest weight category received much fanfare in the United States. His win against Deontay Wilder earlier this year was enough for him to garner his second “Fighter of the Year” award from The Ring Magazine, and he was recently named “Boxer of the Year” at the ESPY Awards Was. ‘ABC’.

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After telling the Daily Mail that seeing his teammates win press accolades, Fury appears to have gone badly ” Unlike Lewis Hamilton I live and pay taxes [in the UK] which increased to 9 million pounds [$12.4 million] Last year. »

Meanwhile, Hamilton has responded to tax rumors in the past by saying that he pays taxes in the UK – as well as in several other countries where he operates.

In recent years, Fury has been praised in some sections of the media for promoting mental health awareness after admitting that he is battling depression, and has been reported by the charity to raise awareness of the issue. His work to enhance has probably saved lives.

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Fury said he believed that even his fellow British boxer Amir Khan did not get the recognition he deserved, although he honored him. Revive British Boxing and do great charity work in the UK and Pakistan. »

But does it bother him? ” non, ” he said. ” Just disappointed. the way you are when a loved one lets you down. »

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This is not to say that Fury was completely ignored by the UK awards establishment. ‘The Gypsy King’ has asked for removal from last year’s nomination for the BBC’s ‘Sports Personality of the Year’ award, due to some of his previous comments on homosexuality and sexism since his nomination for the same award in 2015. There were allegations.

Winner in 2020 instead of Fury? Lewis Hamilton.

Fury was scheduled to face Dontery Wilder for the second time in Las Vegas for a second time before the fight was postponed until October 9 following an outbreak of Covid-19 at Fury’s camp – and he refused to blame the cancellation.

« i’m the last one to blamesaid the fury of the outbreak. ” I don’t have a huge crew, unlike most world champions they all have ass-licking hangers. Since returning to camp full time, I’ve been here with nowhere other than my new home and top-ranked gym. Neither does my team.

« The only people whose movements I could not fully control were my training partners, who change. They went in and out of the bubble and everyone knows this city is full of Covid. I doubt we caught it from one of them. »

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