Tyson Fury has corrected his boxing record and made it perfect again, from his own perspective at least.
The 29-0-1 ‘lineal’ heavyweight champion suffered the first blemish of his career last December as he drew with Deontay Wilder in LA.
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This result was highly controversial with many believing Fury should have got the decision as he outboxed Wilder for the majority of their bout, despite being knocked down twice.
Ultimately the knockdowns were enough to ensure the American also kept his undefeated record with the three judges scoring the bout 114-112 (Fury), 115-111 (Wilder) and 113-113 (draw).
Now however, Fury has seemingly revealed that he’s corrected this by proudly stating: “I’m 30-0.”
Speaking ahead of his WWE debut against Braun Strowman on Thursday, Fury said: “I’m 30-0 as a professional, it’s going to be a good fight, I’m looking forward to it.
“Braun is the biggest man I’ve ever faced.
“It’s good to fight someone who is looking at me eye-to-eye.
“We’re going to put on a spectacle for the fans.”