Tyson Fury will go down as one of the greatest boxers of all time. Fury’s story of dethroning Wladimir Klitschko, overcoming depression to make his emphatic return to boxing after almost 3 years is awe-inspiring.
The Gypsy King has seen everything and has triumphed over it all. Needless to say, Fury’s legacy will remain unparalleled for years to come.
In a recent interaction with Chunkz and Yung Filly, Tyson Fury had a hilarious response when he was asked to reveal the name of the boxer who got into his head.
“They don’t really get into my head because I am like the psychologist and they are like my patients,” Tyson said.
Fury has quickly risen as one of the most marketable boxers in the history of the sport. The Gypsy King currently reigns as the WBC heavyweight champion of the world.
Fury’s class inside the ring has seen him pick up notable wins over several champions. He is the only boxer to hand a loss to Deontay Wilder.
He is the first boxer to hand a loss to then-undefeated Derek Chisora and is a former unified heavyweight champion of the world.
Needless to say, there hasn’t been a single boxer who has given a tough challenge to the Gypsy King. He has prevailed over his own demons, and whomsoever he has met inside the boxing ring.
If he can get past Anthony Joshua next year, there’s no denying that Tyson Fury will go down as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time.
Tyson Fury is more experienced than AJ. Having said that, Joshua poses a challenge like no other to the former unified champion. In a battle that promises to be a barn-burner, Fury will look to get his hands on the undisputed heavyweight title.
Fury and Joshua have agreed to fight twice in 2021. Should Joshua get past Kubrat Pulev later this month, the highly anticipated bout is a real possibility and one that will be a fight for the ages.