Tyson Fury Opens Up About Mental Health, Overcoming Alcoholism & Fighting Deontay Wilder
Returning to his premium level of fitness, successful heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury claims he’s physically and mentally ready to take on Deontay Wilder.
Going through intense fits of poor mental health, putting on significant weight and picking up several damming vices, the Gypsy Boy is back and ready to perform. Detailing his journey back to recovery with The Breakfast Club, he states his confidence in winning against Wilder.
Beating Wladimir Klitschko back in November 2015 to become the top fighter in the division, he soon had to give us his well-earned titles up due to issues in his personal life. However, appearing to be back to his old self, the powerful champion details all of the latest goings on with DJ Envy, Charlemagne tha God and Angela Yee. When asked what he thinks of popular fellow British heavyweight boxer, Anthony Joshua, Fury says:
“I think he’s a big weight lifting, bum. “
As tensions rise between the two, Fury seems to be highly focused right now. See the interview in full above and be sure to comment your thoughts on his comments below. Also, click our highlighted link underneath to explore more life related features.
Credit: The Breakfast Club
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