Former heavyweight fighting champion Tyson Fury is already scheming for his comeback. The 28-year-old British fighter, nude of his 3 universe titles final year over drug use and medical issues, called himself a “fat man” on Friday in a array of posts on Twitter, though also pronounced he is winning his conflict opposite depression.
“I’ve changed on from a dim frightful place I’ve been vital if we can kick basin afterwards we can kick anything! The hardest quarrel of my life!” Fury wrote. “I’m starting a uninformed start, vouchsafing go of a past concentrating on a future, got to keep relocating forwards.”
The dominant Fury pronounced he has piled on a pounds given violence Wladimir Klitschko in Nov 2015. But losing a additional weight, he said, did not poise a problem.
“Talk about being a fat man, I’m 25stones or 350lbs, though removing a weight off has never been a problem! Ask (at)peterfury we finished it 24 times,” Fury wrote on Twitter. “Just finished a poetic run, good to be back.”
Fury twice pulled out of a rematch with Klitschko, many recently forward of a rearranged Oct. 29 hitch after being announced “medically unfit” by his team.
He was nude of a IBF belt shortly after violence a Ukrainian for not fighting a imperative challenger. He relinquished his WBO and WBA titles in Oct on a day his permit was suspended.
He also caused debate final year after creation homophobic, sexist and anti-Semitic remarks in a repository interview.
Fury, who calls himself a “Gypsy King” since of his Gypsy heritage, needs to do some-more than remove weight to get behind into a ring, however.
On Tuesday, a physique that runs British fighting expel doubt on Fury’s proclamation that he is tighten to returning to a ring, observant his permit stays dangling and that he has an arriving anti-doping hearing.
Another former heavyweight champion, David Haye, pronounced fighting would be improved for Fury’s return.
The 36-year-old Haye, who mislaid to Tony Bellew final weekend, pronounced he “really missed Tyson Fury and his antics.”
“Hopefully, like he pronounced on Monday, he can get himself in good scrape and behind out there,” Haye wrote in a mainstay in a Metro newspaper. “I wish he can get his issues with his license, a British Boxing Board of Control and UK Anti-Doping resolved and that we see him behind in a ring soon. It could make a good fight, me and him. You never know.”