Tyson Fury to star on Piers Morgan’s explosive new TalkTV show TONIGHT after epic Dillian Whyte knockout
TYSON Fury will star on Piers Morgan’s explosive new TalkTV show tonight after his epic Dillian Whyte knockout.
A promo video for the exclusive interview vows: “Uncensored meets undefeated.”
And Fury said in a self-recorded clip: “Tyson Fury here. If you want knockout freedom of speech, watch me on Piers Morgan for an Uncensored interview. Boom.”
He will step into the ring on Piers’ new Uncensored show from 8pm tonight on TalkTV.
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His winning hit was so powerful Fury begged the referee to end the bout as his opponent writhed in the canvas.
The Sun told how Fury partied at a country pub hours after his knock-out victory amid rumours of a £100million return to the ring despite announcing his retirement.
“The comments coming through on social media were so horrific about cutting my throat, my husband’s, even the dogs.
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“They wanted to kill my dogs. Then they started on Ozzy. I thought ‘this is just insanity’.”
He opened by issuing an “urgent trigger warning” to “woke snowflakes”, and warned the permanently offended they would not enjoy the show.
And last night he said he is “making TV history” as he declared a ratings triumph.
He said his launch show fulfilled his promise to “annoy all the right people” and boasted how he made headlines around the world, as well as beating the combined UK ratings of his rivals.
And Prime Minister Boris Johnson earlier told TalkTV’s Tom Newton Dunn: “We love Piers.”
His sensational Donald Trump interview dominated the first two shows of his weekday programme.
They covered Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Ukraine war and the US election.
Mr Trump gave his biggest hint yet he could run for President again in 2024, but sensationally walked off set when tensions rose over his refusal to accept the 2020 result.
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And the former US President’s Director of Communications also became increasingly irritated as he unsuccessfully tried several times to stop the interview.
Watch TalkTV on Wednesday 27th April on Sky 526, Virgin Media 627, Freeview 237, Freesat 217 or on Fox Nation in the US.
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