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Tyson Fury's 'inner circle' reveal concerns over boxer as worrying video emerges after Oleksandr Usyk loss

Tyson Fury's 'inner circle' reveal concerns over boxer as worrying video emerges after Oleksandr Usyk loss

Tyson Fury’s ‘inner circle’ are concerned, it has been claimed.

Tyson Fury’s ‘inner circle’ are concerned about the boxer after a video emerged of the former world heavyweight champion being led out of a bar in Morecambe by security staff, it has been claimed.

Fury lost an undisputed title fight with Oleksandr Usyk last month in a narrow split decision. It was his first-ever career defeat.

And on Friday the Briton had been pictured with fans in Morecambe while out relaxing, but as per the Sun, enjoyed “one drink too many” the subsequent evening. Footage soon emerged of the heavyweight on his knees and elbows on the pavement outside.

And the Mail Online has now claimed friends of Fury have spoken out about their concern over how he is coping with his defeat to Usyk.

One person said to be a friend of the boxer, claimed to the publication: “Tyson and alcohol do not mix well.

“He's previously used booze as a coping mechanism, which for any sufferer of ADHD is never a good idea.

“But given he's been drinking again after such a high-profile defeat, there is a fear within his camp that more than ever, his support network needs to be ready to safeguard him through what could be a particularly testing stage of his life.

“He has never lost a professional boxing match before so they're in uncharted territory in regards to anticipating how he'll deal with it.”

SPORTbible has contacted Fury’s representatives regarding the above claims.

Fury has spoken out about his mental health issues in the past. He was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in 2017, and has struggled with depression, anxiety, alcohol addiction and cocaine abuse.

A rematch between Fury and Usyk has been scheduled for December 21.

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Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing, Oleksandr Usyk