Date: 15th November 2015 at 12:54pm
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On the Bristol under-card last night there was an interesting heavyweight fight involving Young Fury.

Young Fury is the young brother of the world heavyweight title contender Tyson Fury and the 19-year-old was having the seventh fight of his career against a Lithuanian opponent, Imantas Davidaitas, who towered over him.

In what was an engaging fight, Young Fury took his record to 6-1 with 3 wins coming by way of stoppages.

The fight went the full four round distance with the referee scoring the bout 39-37 in favour of Young Fury.

Davidaitas, the more experienced, of the two fighters, caught Young Fury on several occasions with clubbing shots but the youngster shrugged them off to land some decent shots of his own from a crouching position, doubling up jabs before looking to land some, often crude-looking, overhand rights.

However, at 19 years of age, Young Fury has time on his side and watching him develop could be interesting.