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Tyson Fury’s trainer Ben Davison sends ominous warning to rivals

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Tyson Fury’s trainer Ben Davison has warned the British star’s heavyweight rivals he is only going to get better.

Fury takes on Schwarz at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in his first fight since his controversial draw with Deontay Wilder last December.

Davison believes Fury is already looking better than he did against Wilder.

Performance-wise in the gym it is the best I’ve seen Tyson so far,” said Davison. “But there are always elements you are looking to improve on. I’m always looking at how he can improve. You can always improve and develop your game – improve on your weaknesses and develop your strengths. That is what boxing is about.

“Mayweather when he beat Oscar De La Hoya (in 2007) he said he would retire as he had achieved everything he wanted to achieve but then he went on and just kept getting better and better. You can always keep achieving and keep improving.

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