Spencer Brown has shot down Johnny Nelson’s claims that he has informants in Tyson Fury’s camp.
Nelson was vocal in claiming that he had heard that ‘The Gypsy King’ was struggling in sparring and was even ‘manhandled’.
Speaking to TalkSPORT he had said:
“I’ve heard the rumours about him getting put down. I am saying he got manhandled in sparring. Now I know from two reliable sources within the camp that Tyson has had a rough time, I know that.”
But talking to IFLTV Tyson Fury’s manager hit-back as his claims.
He said: “It beggars belief. We were looking at some of it and laughing our heads off. Some of the c*** that’s coming out, there’s old Johnny Nelson, he’s got a mole in our camp and we’ve been digging holes everywhere trying to find the moles. All sorts is coming out. There’s a grass in the camp, an informant, it was like Colditz. All we needed was a Gestapo to find the grass, but we never found them.”
He also dismissed the rumours that Jai Opetaia left the camp after knocking Fury down in sparring.
He said: “It didn’t happen. It didn’t even get anywhere near happening. Tyson was on fire.”
Tyson Fury will collide with Oleksandr Usyk on May 18th to determine an undisputed heavyweight champion.