Tyson Fury has split with coach Ben Davison just two months after the proposed rematch with Deontay Wilder.
Davison played a key role in helping Fury rebuild his career after being suspended, his rise to the top highlighted by an exciting draw with Wilder last December.
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The pair will end up in Las Vegas again on February 22, but the Briton will now have to look for a new coach to lead him to this fight.
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Responding to reports of their retirement, Davison wrote on Twitter:
Obviously it’s not going to stop until there is an answer, Tyson and myself have had to make decisions about our careers, so our job is going to end, BUT, we remain friends and will SMASH THE DOSSER !!
– Ben Davison (@BenDavison_) December 15, 2019
Having survived two knockdowns against Wilder, Fury has continued to claim consecutive wins over Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin.
Wilder, meanwhile, successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title with knockouts of Dominic Breazeale and Luis Ortiz.