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Tag: ITV

Tyson Fury: The Most Misunderstood Champion

Boxing, News, Sport, UK, Uncategorized
Despite Tyson Fury's controversial, crude and over exaggerated character, has his personal issues allowed his outlandish persona to be understood? Reporter: Alex Zendra Tyson Fury, the unconventional, weird, outrageous British boxer who accomplished an unlikely task, ending the decade reign of- Wladimir Klitschko- in their fight. The Britton- Fury saw his stock had risen from defeating the Ukrainian world champion- from the boxing community. Not exactly from the entire British public. Many people understand the former heavyweight champion of the world to be, brash, arrogant, rude and a weird character-… but an excellent pugilist. Tyson had left remarks which the media understood as sexism, anti-Semitism and homophobia. Statements such as “Zionist Jewish people own all the banks all

ITV’s I’m a Celebrity faces backlash after “cruel” Bushtucker trials.

Entertainment, Film & TV
Viewers are starting to pick up on the cruel nature of some of I'm a Celeb's trials. Reporter: Frances Cullen | Sub-Editor: Hannah Grafton It’s British TV at its best. Every year we wait in anticipation to see D-list celebs venture into the jungle and get forced into completing horrible tasks. However the show has recently got a lot of stick for animal cruelty. In last nights trial “crit n mix” Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas and Homes Under the Hammer star Martin Roberts were made to hold live animals in their mouths for 60 seconds. This was uncomfortable viewing on all accounts but we can’t help but to spare a thought for these living creatures who by no choice of their own are subjected to this torment. This is not the first time the show has been accused of animal cruelty. Last years s