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Tyson Fury makes feelings clear on his dad John remaining in his camp after headbutt incident

Tyson Fury makes feelings clear on his dad John remaining in his camp after headbutt incident

Tyson Fury has spoken out about John Fury's headbutt.

Tyson Fury has made his feelings clear on his dad remaining in his camp following a headbutt incident.

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk will meet in a heavyweight unification fight in Saudi Arabia on Saturday to decide who is the undisputed world champion in the division.

There has not been a unified heavyweight world champion since Lennox Lewis held the title between November 1999 and April 2000.

The build-up to the huge clash has been chaotic, with the original fight date of February 17 scrapped after Fury sustained a cut above his eye in sparring.

The two camps have traded verbal bards ahead of the re-arranged date, but things came to ahead on Monday when Fury's father, John Fury, headbutted a member of Usyk's entourage on media day in Riyadh.

Usyk was left fuming by the incident, with footage emerging of his saying: "It's bad behaviour... because it's a big man. It's father... It's not a street fight."

Fury himself has now reacted to the incident, but he didn't seem overly bothered by it.

According to DAZN Boxing's Charlie Parsons, Fury said: "I saw some idiot chatting s*** and they got banged. End of. What a way to sell the fight.

"My dad's an excellent salesman and he's done a fantastic job. Half his age and he's nutted him."

Saudi Arabia authorities have made a decision on whether to punish the 59-year-old for his headbutt.

On Tuesday Usyk aimed a few digs at Fury

A rematch clause in the fight agreement means Fury and Usyk will meet again in a rematch regardless of the result on Saturday evening.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Boxing, Tyson Fury, Oleksandr Usyk, Saudi Arabia, John Fury