Oct 17, 2020
Frank Warren Declines Tyson Furys Ridiculous Offer
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WBC champion Tyson Fury is one of the greatest technical heavyweights at the moment. Apart from having some intense crackers in his fist, Fury also has super speed, great reflexes, and clear footwork which has troubled all of his opponents.
In one of his recent social media posts, Tyson Fury has tagged all his promoters, asking them for a fight while flexing his own skills on camera. While many emerging heavyweights might accept the offer, Frank Warren is in no mood to try himself against Fury in the squared circle.Tyson Fury is no joke, and Frank Warren knows that
The undefeated British champion has recently turned to Instagram and posted a clip of his action. Fury showcased his punch speed and power. While he growled throughout the clip, it expressed the intensity of the moment inside the gym.
In the caption, ‘The Gypsy King’ wrote, “This is what it’s like to fight me” and tagged his trainer Sugar Hill and promoter Frank Warren. In response, the fans hailed Fury for his action. However, Frank warren stole the show with his comment.
The 68-year-old wrote, “No thanks.” No doubt he doesn’t want to get in action with Fury. However, Warren would always want to bring the best for the heavyweight champion.
Since Deontay Wilder‘s rematch clause has expired, Fury’s road to Anthony Joshua is now clear. Warren is optimistic about getting the deal done. But Fury wants to fight someone before 2020, as Joshua will fight Kubrat Pulev in December.
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Bangkok hostels offer secret refuge
BANGKOK – As thousands of Thai protesters try to keep up months of anti-establishment rallies, dozens of hostels across Bangkok have thrown open their doors to give weary demonstrators a refuge, sometimes for free.
Since mid-July, protesters led by young Thais and students, often organized online, have defied crackdowns to keep calling for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to resign and to challenge a longstanding taboo by demanding reform of the monarchy.
With protesters at times facing water cannon and playing cat and mouse with police in sweltering conditions until late into the evenings, many have been sleeping on the street.
“I felt bad for those who didn’t have places to stay,” said a 23-year-old medical student, who declined to give her name due to concerns about being targeted by authorities.
She has been offering free rooms online to protesters, she said.
A Twitter account, Mobmeeteenon (“protesters have places to sleep”), is helping to link up protesters to rooms after the government brought in an emergency decree this month and cracked down on people camping outside government houses.
Another 25-year-old volunteer, who has also helped organise places to stay, said around 500 people had been hosted since the effort to provide rooms started.
Besides a bed, protesters are given three meals per day and transportation to protests.
There is plenty of space in hotels and hostels in usually bustling Bangkok, which is virtually empty of foreign tourists since authorities shut Thailand’s borders to most commercial flights in April to contain the coronavirus.
One protester from Chonburi province east of Bangkok was surprised to be offered a bed when he thought he would be sleeping on the street after a recent rally.
“There are four people sleeping in this room. This is my spot,” said the 27-year-old, speaking from a hostel in central Bangkok.
The government tried to defuse tensions on Thursday, rolling back an emergency decree that had included bans on political gatherings of five or more people and on publishing news that could affect security.