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Tyson Fury breaks silence in first video since pub incident which concerned boxing fans

Tyson Fury breaks silence in first video since pub incident which concerned boxing fans

Tyson Fury is back in training camp ahead of his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.

Tyson Fury has spoken for the first time on social media since a video emerged online of him being escorted out of a pub.

Fury blew off some steam as he enjoyed a night out in Morecambe last Friday.

However, his night came to a sudden end when he was persuaded to leave the bar by security.

He was led away and collapsed in the streets before faceplanting the pavement.

A source claimed he partied with friends and fans at the venue but had one too many drinks.

A few days removed from the drunken night out, Fury, who lost the WBC world heavyweight title to Oleksandr Usyk last month, has posted on Instagram, insisting he'll regain the championship when he rematches the Ukrainian on December 21. Check it out below:

The self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' shared a clip of himself hitting the heavy bag, accompanied with the caption: "Listen up! I’ve conquered everything in boxing - titles, records, the lot. But I’ve never had to come back from a loss.

"On December 21st in Riyadh, in the heart of the kingdom, the king will reclaim his throne and become undisputed. @usykaa, I’m coming for you! Get ready for the Gypsy King!

"The path to redemption is all mine. I know what I have to do, I saw my shortcomings and best believe I am inevitable."

Alexander Krassyuk, Usyk's promoter, left a comment on Fury's video.

He wrote: "Bro, lets have a beer."

Tyson Fury during his post-fight press conference. Image: Getty
Tyson Fury during his post-fight press conference. Image: Getty

Fury's defeat to Usyk was the first loss of his professional career.

But he has a chance to regain the world heavyweight titles when he runs it back with Usyk, who holds the WBA (super), IBF, WBO and WBC belts.

But the IBF strap may not be on the line for their rematch as the organisation are set to strip the undisputed champion of it.

Featured Image Credit: Tyson Fury

Topics: Boxing, Tyson Fury