Tyson Fury picks up Sefer Seferi during the weigh in. Action Images via Reuters/Craig Brough
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Fury is back with the aim to regain the status he enjoyed briefly after outpointing Ukraine's Wladimir Klitschko for three world title belts in November 2015 .After climbing to the heavyweight summit, Fury then crashed to earth as his career and personal life spectacularly unraveled. Fury rediscovered his passion under a new trainer, 25-year-old Ben Davison, after splitting from uncle Peter Fury.Fury claims to have lost eight stone (50 kilograms) for his comeback. Fury says he is feeling some love from well-wishers.Fury, who is unbeaten in 25 fights with 18 knockouts, still talks a good game and in the last couple of weeks has compared himself to the late Muhammad Ali, Floyd Mayweather Jr. and a goldfish.Fury, though, ditched the humor when he assessed how good he ranks in the heavyweight division.
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