Hailing from Stockport, Hughie Fury, part of the esteemed Fury boxing family, has shown his potential in the heavyweight division. His technical skills and determination make him a promising contender.

Cousin of Tyson Fury, he comes from a strong boxing lineage.

Born on September 18, 1994, Hughie emerged as a talent with the weight of boxing history on his shoulders. Nurtured by his family’s boxing heritage, he began honing his skills at a young age.

Known for his technical brilliance and defensive prowess, Hughie’s style contrasted with the brashness of many contemporary fighters. His emphasis on strategy, footwork, and ring IQ set him apart as a cerebral boxer in a sport often dominated by power.

At 18, Hughie turned professional, and his ascent through the ranks was marked by an impressive unbeaten streak. The WBO heavyweight championship fight against Joseph Parker in 2017 was a defining moment in his career. Despite a closely contested match, he narrowly missed out on the title, but his performance showcased his skill and potential on the world stage.