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Tyson Fury gagged at press conference

Manchester boxer Tyson Fury refused to speak to the press, and gagged himself at a media event for this next fight.

The fighter is due to take on Dereck Chisora, in a rescheduled bout, but was fined for swearing at a press event before the original fight.

In protest, Fury gagged himself with tape, and would only mime answers to questions.

Tyson Fury 'gags' himself at press conference

Boxer Tyson Fury has gagged himself at a press conference, in protest over a fine.

Tyson Fury gags himself at a press conference Credit: ITV

The Salford fighter was handed the penalty by the British Boxing Board of Control after swearing at a previous press conference for a fight against Dereck Chisora. That bout was called off after Chisora borke his hand in training.

Dereck Chisora (left) will face Fury in November on promoter Frank Warren's (centre) card Credit: ITV

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