Tyson Fury running through ankle pain for Klitschko rematch
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has admitted he’s going through the pain barrier in early training for his second fight with Wladimir Klitschko.
Fury, who says he suffered a sprained ankle when running in the Lake District as reports declare it happening at a rave in Wales, pushed himself through a ten-mile run on Saturday as camp gets in full swing.
The 27 year-old isn’t completely free from the ailment that mean his July 9 fight with Klitschko was delayed until October 29, but luckily enough still has over three months left to prepare.
Klitschko, 40, aims to regain his top division belts when the pair clash at Manchester Arena in what will be the Ukrainian’s first fight on UK soil for over a decade and a half.