‘Sports washing’ is only a problem when ‘the wrong person is doing it’

World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says the

World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says the “sports wash” thing only seems like a “big scene” when it’s not the right person doing it. It comes as the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series offers top stars millions of dollars to join and leave the PGA Tour. “If it’s the government that’s doing the oil and gas business, that’s fine, if it’s a sports star making a fortune, that’s wrong,” he told Sky News Australia presenter Piers Morgan. “I don’t know where it all ends and begins.” World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says the “sports wash” thing only seems like a “big scene” when it’s not the right person doing it. It comes as the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series offers top stars millions of dollars to join and leave the PGA Tour. “If it’s the government that’s doing the oil and gas business, that’s fine, if it’s a sports star making a fortune, that’s wrong,” he told Sky News Australia presenter Piers Morgan. “I don’t know where it all ends and it all begins.”

read next

Leave a Comment