June 10, 2024

Tyson Fury was left floored after being kicked out of a pub just weeks after being downed by Oleksandr Usyk.


The Gypsy King fell to a split decision defeat in Saudi Arabia against the Ukrainian. It saw Usyk condemn Fury, 35, to the first defeat of his career.


A rematch is already scheduled for December 21 but in the time being, Fury has fully immersed himself in life back in the UK. Just days after the fight, he was pictured at the rubbish tip with his wife Paris, a visit that he had promised.


But he has now been treated to Usyk-like treatment following a trip to the pub that got slightly out of hand. Videos showed the former heavyweight champion of the world looking worse for wear in Nowhere bar in his hometown of Morecambe.



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Two security staff were pictured encouraging him to leave the venue, where Fury was partying with friends and family on Friday evening, before helping him to the door. Having left the bar, more footage from outside showed Fury attempting to deal with the after-effects of his heavy evening in town.


He stumbled around, eventually falling to his hands and knees and appearing to hit his head on a nearby lamppost. Fury’s brother Tommy had recently given an update on him.


Speaking to iFLTV, he said: “He’s alright, all good, all good. Listen, at the end of the day it was a close fight, I did think Tyson did enough to win it.


“I thought the first half of the fight was a shutout and they picked up a couple of rounds after that, so I thought he won the fight. At the end of the day it’s boxing, decisions happen and he’ll be back for the rematch.”


Tyson Fury out in Leeds with his family

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Asked about the rematch, Tommy backed Tyson for victory. He added: “One hundred per cent he’ll win the rematch. There’s not a doubt in my mind that when the rematch happens he’ll right that wrong and get the victory back and move on to the next.”


Away from his heavy night in Morecambe, Fury also chose to travel to Leeds to spend time with his wife Paris and his sister-in-law Montana. The former heavyweight champion had a grin on his face whilst posing alongside his family.


Meanwhile, Fury’s upcoming opponent Usyk has spoken out having compared him with Anthony Joshua. Speaking on the Three Knockdown Rule, he said: “Anthony Joshua has classy boxing.


“Greedy Belly, my friend Tyson Fury. It’s like sparkling water; when you open it without shaking, it’s good. If you shake it, it [blows]. Sparkling water is Tyson Fury, and still water is Anthony Joshua. Tyson’s arms are like two meters, like a rope.”


Asked if Fury was the toughest fight of his career, he replied: “I would say toughest fight, yes, but I think biggest punch, no. Derek Chisora, very tough guy. With Derek, I don’t remember which hand it was, left or right, but I would block it and it would be like a baseball bat. It was very dangerous.”

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