Kryptonite

16 Jun 19
Metro
Tyson Fury comfortably beat Tom Schwarz on Saturday (Picture: Mikey Williams/Top Rank) Tyson Fury has been widely praised for his rapid dismantling of Tom Schwarz on Saturday night, but his brother Shane was not impressed by his performance. The Gypsy King was in fine form in Las Vegas as he peppered his German opponent, made him miss wildly and then stopped him in the second round with a prolonged flurry of accurate punches. It was a short night’s work for the 30-year-old who took almost no damage in the process, but it wasn’t enough to win over his ‘biggest critic.’ ‘My friends and family who came over were all happy with the performance,’ said Fury. ‘My brother Shane’s my biggest critic, he told me it was complete s**t. ‘So back to the drawing board for Shane.’ Fury was in buoyant mood in Las Vegas (Picture: Mikey Williams/Top Rank) Fury took his professional record to 28-0-1 with the comfortable victory on his Las Vegas debut and calls for a rematch with Deontay Wilder became all the louder. The two men fought to a classic draw in December with Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title on the line, and were expected to fight again immediately. However, Fury’s new television deal with ESPN put a spanner in the works and the fans are forced to wait to see the Gypsy King and the Bronze Bomber go to war again. The Englishman is set to fight another opponent in either September or October in New York, but promises that the rematch with Wilder will happen, most likely at the start of 2020, throwing in a dig at the recently beaten Anthony Joshua in the process. ‘Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s going to happen,’ he said. [metro-zone-post-strip] ‘There was three horses in the heavyweight division and then there was two. And I already beat him once and I’ll beat him again and again and again. ‘He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury. ‘It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody.’ Wilder will fight Ortiz in the autumn, while Fury’s next opponent is not yet confirmed, but Tyson’s US promoter, Bob Arum, is convinced neither fight will get in the way of the rematch. ‘I expect both guys get through their next fights, the fight will be the first quarter of next year,’ Arum said. [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/16/dillian-whyte-slams-tyson-fury-for-shameful-clash-against-tom-schwarz-9970353/” title=”Dillian Whyte slams Tyson Fury for shameful clash against Tom Schwarz”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/16/tyson-fury-praises-tom-schwarz-for-refusing-to-quit-like-anthony-joshua-9970270/” title=”Tyson Fury praises Tom Schwarz for refusing to quit like Anthony Joshua”]
16 Jun 19
Mile High KINK Book Club

KNOCK ON THE DEVIL’S DOOR AND RING THE DOORBELL – THEY WILL ANSWER
It Was Personal.
It Was Perfect
BEST FRIENDS LOOK TO AVENGE ONE NIGHT
They are going to pull off the ultimate revenge and
It Will Taste So Sweet……
However, one of them wants more than revenge. Now one of the them wants payback!

16 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
TYSON FURY will move “heaven and earth” in order to secure a crack at redemption and rematch Deontay Wilder. Fury, 30, cruised past little-known Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas on Saturday night in his first fight back since drawing to The Bronze Bomber via contentious split-decision in December. Tyson Fury will move ‘heaven and earth’ in order to secure a crack at redemption and rematch Deontay Wilder The Gyspy King completed a first of a targeted three bouts before the year is out as his new US promoter Bob Arum bids to build the Brit’s profile Stateside before the Wilder rematch. After Fury secured his first KO in five years, UK promoter Frank Warren told talkSPORT the 30-year-old will box a top five ranked opponent before pushing for a second crack at the WBC title. Warren said: “He will fight in either late September or early October, probably in New York, hopefully Madison Square Garden again against a top five ranked opponent. “Then after that we will be moving heaven and earth to make the fight with Deontay Wilder. “Both the boxers want to make the fight, the promotion camps want to do it, so I am hoping we can get it over the line.” Fury had spent two and a half years sidelined battling depression, drugs and alcohol after losing his unified titles out of the ring in 2016. But after finding inspiration to box again through 26-year-old trainer Ben Davison the pair hatched a comeback plan and Fury went onto beat Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta in 2018. After just two comeback fights the Manchester hero jumped into a WBC title fight against Wilder, and despite being floored twice, the Brit largely outboxed the champion – but did not get the decision. With a rematch set for next year Fury is in no doubt he is back to match sharpness and claimed his style is the “kryptonite” to KO king Wilder, 33. Fury said: “Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s going to happen. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”16″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] “There was three horses in the heavyweight division and then there was two. And I already beat him once and I’ll beat him again and again and again. “He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury. “It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody.” Fury dominated Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas in what was his first fight since drawing with Wilder The Gyspy King completed a first of a targeted three bouts before the year is out as he bids to build the Brit’s profile Stateside before the Wilder rematch
16 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
TYSON FURY will move “heaven and earth” in order to secure a crack at redemption and rematch Deontay Wilder. Fury, 30, cruised past little-known Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas on Saturday night in his first fight back since drawing to The Bronze Bomber via contentious split-decision in December. Tyson Fury will move ‘heaven and earth’ in order to secure a crack at redemption and rematch Deontay Wilder The Gyspy King completed a first of a targeted three bouts before the year is out as his new US promoter Bob Arum bids to build the Brit’s profile Stateside before the Wilder rematch. After Fury secured his first KO in five years, UK promoter Frank Warren told talkSPORT the 30-year-old will box a top five ranked opponent before pushing for a second crack at the WBC title. Warren said: “He will fight in either late September or early October, probably in New York, hopefully Madison Square Garden again against a top five ranked opponent. “Then after that we will be moving heaven and earth to make the fight with Deontay Wilder. “Both the boxers want to make the fight, the promotion camps want to do it, so I am hoping we can get it over the line.” Fury had spent two and a half years sidelined battling depression, drugs and alcohol after losing his unified titles out of the ring in 2016. But after finding inspiration to box again through 26-year-old trainer Ben Davison the pair hatched a comeback plan and Fury went onto beat Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta in 2018. After just two comeback fights the Manchester hero jumped into a WBC title fight against Wilder, and despite being floored twice, the Brit largely outboxed the champion – but did not get the decision. With a rematch set for next year Fury is in no doubt he is back to match sharpness and claimed his style is the “kryptonite” to KO king Wilder, 33. Fury said: “Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s going to happen. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”17″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] “There was three horses in the heavyweight division and then there was two. And I already beat him once and I’ll beat him again and again and again. “He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury. “It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody.” Fury dominated Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas in what was his first fight since drawing with Wilder The Gyspy King completed a first of a targeted three bouts before the year is out as he bids to build the Brit’s profile Stateside before the Wilder rematch
16 Jun 19
The Sun
TYSON FURY will move “heaven and earth” in order to secure a crack at redemption and rematch Deontay Wilder. Fury, 30, cruised past little-known Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas on Saturday night in his first fight back since drawing to The Bronze Bomber via contentious split-decision in December. Tyson Fury will move ‘heaven and earth’ in order to secure a crack at redemption and rematch Deontay Wilder The Gyspy King completed a first of a targeted three bouts before the year is out as his new US promoter Bob Arum bids to build the Brit’s profile Stateside before the Wilder rematch. After Fury secured his first KO in five years, UK promoter Frank Warren told talkSPORT the 30-year-old will box a top five ranked opponent before pushing for a second crack at the WBC title. Warren said: “He will fight in either late September or early October, probably in New York, hopefully Madison Square Garden again against a top five ranked opponent. “Then after that we will be moving heaven and earth to make the fight with Deontay Wilder. “Both the boxers want to make the fight, the promotion camps want to do it, so I am hoping we can get it over the line.” Fury had spent two and a half years sidelined battling depression, drugs and alcohol after losing his unified titles out of the ring in 2016. But after finding inspiration to box again through 26-year-old trainer Ben Davison the pair hatched a comeback plan and Fury went onto beat Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta in 2018. After just two comeback fights the Manchester hero jumped into a WBC title fight against Wilder, and despite being floored twice, the Brit largely outboxed the champion – but did not get the decision. With a rematch set for next year Fury is in no doubt he is back to match sharpness and claimed his style is the “kryptonite” to KO king Wilder, 33. Fury said: “Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s going to happen. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read in Boxing ” posts_category=”331″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”popular” /] “There was three horses in the heavyweight division and then there was two. And I already beat him once and I’ll beat him again and again and again. “He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury. “It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody.” Fury dominated Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas in what was his first fight since drawing with Wilder The Gyspy King completed a first of a targeted three bouts before the year is out as he bids to build the Brit’s profile Stateside before the Wilder rematch
16 Jun 19
Metro
The Gypsy King confirmed he will return to the ring later this year (Picture: Mikey Williams/Top Rank) All eyes were on British heavyweight Tyson Fury last night as he returned to the ring with Tom Schwarz at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas. If you couldn’t brave the early start (or late night) to watch the match, find out all you need to know here. What was the result of the Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz fight? The Gypsy King, who was fighting for the first time on ESPN, took out Schwarz inside two rounds. The fight was stopped by referee Kenny Bayless with just six seconds left in the round. Where can I watch highlights of the Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz match? BT Sport Box Office customers can watch the full highlights of last night’s match, as part of their subscription. Fans were able to purchase the fight for a one-off fee of £19.95. Tyson Fury dressed as Apollo Creed (Picture: Mikey Williams/Top Rank) The ESPN YouTube channel has also uploaded several interviews with Fury as well as some short clips. Many users have also uploaded their own highlights. And of course, don’t forget to watch the video of Fury’s post-match rendition of Aerosmith’s I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing. When is Tyson Fury’s next fight? Tyson confirmed his next fight will be on either September 21 or October 5, likely taking place in New York. Fury also promised a Deontay Wilder rematch early next year and warned the WBC champion he’ll be ‘100%’ when they meet again. Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder fought to a draw during the WBC Heavyweight Championship in December (Picture: Harry How/Getty Images) He said: ‘He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury. ‘It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody.’ Exciting! Who will Tyson Fury fight next? It’s still early days but Kubrat Pulev has already merged as the favourite to become Fury’s next opponent. Pulev held the European heavyweight title twice between 2012 and 2016, so if the rumours are true, it will be another nail-biting match. [metro-tag-post-strip] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/16/dillian-whyte-slams-tyson-fury-for-shameful-clash-against-tom-schwarz-9970353/” title=”Dillian Whyte slams Tyson Fury for shameful clash against Tom Schwarz”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/16/tyson-fury-praises-tom-schwarz-for-refusing-to-quit-like-anthony-joshua-9970270/” title=”Tyson Fury praises Tom Schwarz for refusing to quit like Anthony Joshua”]  
16 Jun 19
imaginaryfriend4reals

‘MAT NUMBER 058, LAURA DUMDI SIRA JONES’
‘LAURA DUMDI SIRA JONES, MAT NUMBER 058’ he called out again.
‘Present sir’ she replied as she rushed into the lecture laboratory, a slight sheen of perspiration glistening on her make up free face.

16 Jun 19
famousinfamousbirthsdeathsblog

Today’s posting begins with ancient Emperor of Japan given Emperor Konoe got the job pretty much as soon as he was born in 1139. Scottish born explorer of the land of sunshine, surfing, spiders and, err, Foster’s, Thomas Livingstone Mitchell started surveying everything in front of him from 1792. Goyaałé, otherwise known as Bedonkohe Apache […]

16 Jun 19
Getting On

Sunday 16th June – Father’s day (UK) I’m not certain just how I expected this to turn out when I started it, but I’m pretty certain it wasn’t quite so Pam Ayres. I was thinking about how, as you get older, your children turn to their partners for support rather than you (quite rightly, of […]

16 Jun 19
Metro
Fury made short work of Schwarz (Picture: Top Rank) Tyson Fury promised to beat Deontay Wilder in a their rematch the Gypsy King is dubbing the biggest fight in boxing. Fighting in Las Vegas debut on Saturday night, Fury made short work of Schwarz, stopping the unheralded German after just two rounds. Fury is due to take on Wilder early next year and the British heavyweight warned the WBC champion he would be at 100 per cent when they meet again. ‘Deontay Wilder is coming. This fight’s going to happen,’ he said. Fury stopped Schwarz in the second round (Picture: Top Rank) ‘There was three horses in the heavyweight division and then there was two. And I already beat him once and I’ll beat him again and again and again. ‘He ain’t going to fight 50% Tyson Fury. He’ll get a back active, back sharp Tyson Fury. ‘It’s heavyweight boxing and anything can happen at any given moment, but the way I box and my style is kryptonite for anybody. Wilder scored his own quick knockout in his last fight (Picture: AP) ‘Unless they knock me out, and we’ve seen that can happen, but you’ve got to keep me down. Providing you don’t do that, then I’ll keep winning.’ Wilder knocked Fury down twice in their thrilling meeting last December, with one knockdown coming in the final round. Fury signed an £80million deal with Top Rank and ESPN in the wake of his clash with Wilder and believes the rematch will be the biggest fight boxing has to offer. Fury and Wilder will fight again next year (Picture: Getty) ‘I think its the biggest fight in boxing, bar none. I don’t see anything else,’ Fury insisted. ‘You’ve got two undefeated champions, lineal and WBC, fighting in their prime. ‘It doesn’t get any bigger than this. The heavyweight division is back, it’s on fire.’ [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/16/tyson-fury-serenades-mgm-crowd-aerosmiths-dont-want-miss-thing-victory-9970241/” title=”Tyson Fury serenades MGM crowd with AeroSmith’s ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’ after victory”]
16 Jun 19
Notebook from the North

Various forms of life on earth are united by one particular need, this being the need for energy. For many creatures, this is done through a wonderful biological process, one of my favourites in fact. This is eating… On land we can look at a basic example of a food chain, which shows how energy […]

16 Jun 19
the wish tank

I took my dad’s success for granted when I was a young kid. In third grade, one of my friends told me that my dad was the best farmer in our area. So, I started paying attention to what it took my dad to be the best. Because he had done so well, he temporarily […]

16 Jun 19
m jane colette

posted by susan-oh-susan / june 15 at 10:20 pm / uncategorized / 40 comments I’m sorry for not writing! I’m fine! I’m better than fine! I’m just so busy with the baking and the store and the lawyer, and… Ok, but of course I have to tell you. I want to tell you. Ok, first, […]