Tyson Fury "living it up" in America

Tyson Fury poses for photos after a press conference on March 7, 2013
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Tyson Fury admits that he is loving life in New York ahead of his American debut against Steve Cunningham tonight.

British heavyweight Tyson Fury has admitted that he is loving life across the pond ahead of his American debut tonight.

Fury faces Steve Cunningham at Madison Square Garden and a win would see him move in line for a world title fight.

The 24-year-old reveals that he is enjoying the buildup in New York.

"I'm living it up out here, it's how it should be," Fury told BritishBoxers. "Limos picking me up, top hotels, everything.

"I can speak my mind in America. I've picked up quite a lot of attention. I'm a big guy but also good looking so the women have noticed me over here. I reckon a few of them might turn up to the fight.

"I think 5000 people will be [at the fight], six of seven million watching in the US, so it could be good. We won't rush anything. Whatever size they are, it's not fun to be hit in the face by a heavyweight, only fools rush in as Elvis said."

Fury brings an unbeaten record to the fight, while Cunningham is a former cruiserweight world champion.

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