Lucas Browne on Tyson Fury sparring: Has good technique, brought the best out of me

Lucas Browne Tyson Fury

Matt Clark

Aussie Lucas Browne will challenge Jamaican-born Briton and WBC Silver heavyweight Champion Dillian Whyte at the O2 Arena in London on March 24.

Browne (25-0-0, 22 KO’S), who has ample experience, is accordingly undergoing an arduous preparation because he knows that defeating the Silver champion will be an exacting and challenging mission.

‘Big Daddy’ Browne sparred with even larger former titleholder Tyson Fury at the Ricky Hatton Gym in Manchester, where he’s putting the heavy-handed finishing touches to his preparation for this important bout.

Currently, Fury is in the process of returning to the best physical shape and form. He’s not fought since defeating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015.

Both fighters generously swapped leather behind closed doors, showing an obvious mutual admiration at the conclusion of their training.

“It was an absolute honor to share the ring with Tyson. He uses his reach very well indeed and has good technique, so he got the very best out of me,” said Browne.