British heavyweight continues to show endless resolve

A fun-filled showman turned into a bloodied, angry and possessed fighter in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Even in this city where the sober turn drunk by day and gamblers see hope turn to despair, Tyson Fury’s transformation was dramatic.

As he returned to his corner, blood pouring down the right side of his face from the cuts inflicted by Otto Wallin, he looked at trainer Ben Davison and simply yelled: “I live for this.”

When the cuts have healed, there will be some critics of how he only managed a points win but the fact Fury is again ‘living for this’ can be seen as joyous for the sport.

In a fight-week during which he excelled as salesman, showman and, ultimately, dogged fighter, the parties left with most to ponder will be his heavyweight rivals who again saw a man with seemingly endless resolve.

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