Wythenshawe's Tyson Fury will go head to head with Wladimir Klitschko at the Manchester area ahead later of their rematch in July.
Fury gave Klitschko his first defeat in over 11 years last November when he won the WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight titles by unanimous decision in Germany.
It's expected to be a lively affair with Fury never one to shy away from from expressing his feelings.
Every time I watch the klitschko fight results it always brings a tear to my eyes. So emotional. It was worth more than any money or gold
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A complaint has been made to police over alleged comments by Manchester's World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury.
Greater Manchester Police said the complaint was being treated as a hate crime and described the investigation as 'ongoing'.
"We have received a complaint regarding a hate crime. We are speaking to the victim and an investigation is ongoing.
"We received the complaint this morning."
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Manchester boxer Tyson Fury is ready to face the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world - Wladimir Klitschko - in front of fifty five thousand fans in Germany.
As Chris Hall reports, this dust up in Dusseldorf is something Fury has been dreaming of ever since he began boxing.
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Manchester boxer Tyson Fury will face off with Wladimir Klitschko at the final press conference ahead of their title bout.
The 27 year old is confident he can become the heavyweight champion of the world in Dusseldorf this weekend. The fight was rescheduled to compensate for a calf injury Klitschko sustained in training.
Last month Fury told Granada:
"It was quite hard to know I was training for such a bit fight and it was off again." He went on, "If I'm afraid of someone then I'm in the wrong sport. That's why I'm not afraid of people and that's why I've won 24 in a row. The proof is in the pudding - unbeaten!"