Tyson Fury has been denied access to the US on a flight from the UK

Tyson Fury has been ‘refused to enter the US’ as aides of mob boss Daniel Kinahan banned from the US

  • Heavyweight Boxer Tyson Fury Has Reportedly Been Refused To Go To America
  • Sunday’s World News journalist broke the news of the alleged ban on Twitter
  • Other associates of mob boss Danielle Kinahan are also said to have been banned.
  • Fury was photographed in Dubai in February with the now US-sanctioned Kinahan

Tyson Fury has been denied entry to the US because of his alleged relationship with crime boss Daniel Kinahan, it emerged tonight.

The 33-year-old British boxer was watching the vacant IBF International Heavyweight Championship fight between Nathan Gorman and Thomas Salek at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool tonight.

The date on which this is believed to have happened is not known. MailOnline has contacted representatives for Fury for comment.

Addressing Irish boxing promoter Kinahan’s claims of running a global organized crime group, Fury previously said: ‘It’s not my business and I don’t interfere in anyone else’s business.’

Fury, who was photographed in Dubai in February this year with the now US-sanctioned Kinahan, said: ‘Because I took my picture with a man, it doesn’t make me a criminal.

‘I’m just a boxer. There might be a criminal in this building

Tyson Fury distances himself from relationship with Danielle Kinahan — which America wants

Boxing promoter Kalle Sauerland watches with Tyson Fury during the vacant IBF International Heavyweight Championship in Liverpool this evening

Boxing promoter Kalle Sauerland watches with Tyson Fury during the vacant IBF International Heavyweight Championship in Liverpool this evening

Tyson Fury arrives in Liverpool this evening to see Nathan Gorman during the vacant IBF International Heavyweight Championship fight with Thomas Salek

Tyson Fury arrives in Liverpool this evening to see Nathan Gorman during the vacant IBF International Heavyweight Championship fight with Thomas Salek

Fury (right) was photographed with mob boss Danielle Kinahan in Dubai in February

Fury (right) was photographed with mob boss Danielle Kinahan in Dubai in February

Regarding allegations of drug trafficking by the Kinahan family, Fury said: 'It's not my business and I don't interfere in anyone else's business'

Regarding allegations of drug trafficking by the Kinahan family, Fury said: ‘It’s not my business and I don’t interfere in anyone else’s business’

Speaking as he waved his hand in a room during a public training session ahead of Saturday’s world heavyweight title defense against Dillian White, he posed for several selfies.

We were in the shadow of Wembley Stadium, where a record British boxing crowd of 94,000 would be in loud attendance at the Gypsy King’s latest extravaganza.

‘I have nothing to hide,’ said Fury: ‘I have broken the law ever since I got a speeding ticket.’

Regarding allegations of drug trafficking by the Kinahan family, Fury said: ‘It’s not my business and I don’t interfere in anyone else’s business.

Speaking as he waved his hand in a room during a public training session ahead of Saturday’s world heavyweight title defense against Dillian White, he posed for several selfies.

We were in the shadow of Wembley Stadium, where a record British boxing crowd of 94,000 would be in loud attendance at the Gypsy King’s latest extravaganza.

‘I have nothing to hide,’ said Fury: ‘I have broken the law ever since I got a speeding ticket.’

Regarding allegations of drug trafficking by the Kinahan family, Fury said: ‘It’s not my business and I don’t interfere in anyone else’s business.

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