IT’S back to heavyweight business for Hughie Fury.
After his points defeat in Bulgaria against Kubrat Pulev, the Stockport-born boxer returns to the North West for a fight against unbeaten Canadian Chris Norrad.
Who won Fury vs Norrad?
Hughie Fury beat Chris Norrad after an easy second-round KO in Manchester.
CLICK HERE to read our fight report.
When was Fury vs Norrad?
THIS bout is all set for Saturday, May 25.
It will be held at Victoria Warehouse in Manchester.
The show faced some delays so expect the main event of the evening around 10.30pm.
Which TV channel was Fury vs Norrad on and can I live stream it?
FIGHT NIGHT from Manchester will be free-to-air in the UK.
Channel 5 will begin their coverage at 9pm.
You can also stream online via their website at My5 or on TVplayer.com.
Both of these methods require you having a TV licence – grab one here if you haven’t already.
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Who is fighting on the undercard?
- Hughie Fury vs Chris Norrad (heavyweight) – on TV
- Steve Brogan vs Adam Hague (BBBofC Central Area super-lightweight title) – on TV
- Alex Dilmaghani vs Martin Parlagi (super featherweight) – on TV
- Savannah Marshall vs Borislava Goranova (middlweight)
- Marcel Braithwaite vs Jake Pollard (featherweight)
- Connor Lynch vs Dylan Draper (welterweight)
- Jake James vs Lee Hallett (welterweight)
What they said
Hughie Fury: “The win is not the priority. It’s how I win. I’m going to put on an exciting show. This time, like the Sam Sexton fight, there’s going to be fireworks.
“For a start, you’ll see a big difference in my physique because we’ve brought Kerry Kayes on board and I’m much stronger in my body.
“I never liked sounding my own horn. Fighters can talk as much as you want during the build-up but I’ve always preferred to do my talking on fight night, inside the ring, the only place that matters”.
Chris Norrad: “Working in the woods for 10 years built up strength and I possess a pretty powerful right hand.
“But I like to think my way through a fight. I’m smart and usually out jab the opposition. If you get the jab going it’ll win the fight for you.”
“There’s been a lot of talk recently of me challenging for the Canadian heavyweight title but I’m sure Team Fury will be screaming for a big money rematch, once I’ve defeated Hughie!”
What are the odds?
- Hughie Fury to win: 1/100
- Chris Norrad to win: 18/1
- Draw: 33/1