Ever-vocal British heavyweight Tyson Fury has issued an ultimatum to current world champion Wladimir Klitschko, stating that the dominant Ukrainian must fight him if he overcomes Dereck Chisora in his next fight.
Fury, who currently holds an unbeaten record of 22 and 0, has long been after a bout with Klitschko, but believes a second victory over Chisora would mean that the multiple belt-holder would be forced to stop ignoring him and give him the chance to become world champion.
In Formula 1 Red Bull has defended Sebastian Vettel over comments he made about the new engines used. The 26-year-old used expletives to describe the sound the new F1 engines made ahead of last weekend’s Grand Prix, but Red Bull have moved to insist that they will never censor the remarks of their drivers with regards to the cars.
Vettel finished third in Malaysia at the weekend, with Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg clinching the top two spots on the podium.
And finally in Tennis rumours are circulating that Andy Murray will be announcing his new trainer tomorrow, following a post on the Wimbledon champions’ official Facebook page.
Murray has been without a trainer since parting ways with Ivan Lendl earlier this month, but relayed on social media that a new chapter would begin as of tomorrow - who it is remains a mystery of yet.