Fury parts ways with Kinahan
World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury has cut his professional ties with advisor Daniel Kinahan.
Fury will now be represented exclusively by his Top Rank promoter Bob Arum, who confirmed Kinahan will no longer be involved in fight negotiations,
It comes just two weeks after Fury publicly thanked Kinahan for his role in brokering the future heavyweight title fights with Anthony Joshua.
Kinahan has previously been identified in the High Court in Dublin as a senior figure in organised crime on a global scale.
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