🚨 Tyson Fury’s breaks silence on viral pub video being leaked

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Footage recently surfaced of ‘The Gypsy King’ being escorted out of Nowhere Bar by security in his hometown of Morecambe.

A later video also showed a worse for wear Fury falling on his face outside on the pavement.

This all happened just weeks after his first professional defeat to Oleksandr Usyk in their huge undisputed showdown with the Ukrainian scoring a win via a split-decision verdict from the judges.

The former WBC heavyweight champion has well documented issues with his mental health and addiction and the footage was alarming to many.

But, in an interview with SecondsOut, Joseph Parker, who is a close friend of Fury and often involved in his training camps claims the 35-year-old told him: “I just had a few too many drinks.”

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In a text he said the British heavyweight is already looking ahead to his next fight with the Ukrainian.

“I just had a few too many drinks. Now it’s time to get back to work and time to focus on the fight ahead on the 21st of December.”

And yesterday Fury gave an interview spoke about the viral incident.

He said: “I got p***ed up about two weeks ago and fell over on my face. Didn’t do any damage though, still good-looking. I’ve had lots of messages and people phoning asking if I’m alright. You’re a grown man and have a drunken night out and all of a sudden [people think] you’re gonna jump in front of a train. Obviously from my past history people are concerned, but I’ve just been chilling out and spending time with my family.”

Following the defeat Fury and his team activated the immediate rematch clause and so the pair will battle it out again in Saudia Arabia just before Christmas.

Fury recently returned to training and posted a video vowing to get redemption.


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