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John Fury's Reaction To His Son Beating Deontay Wilder Is The Greatest TV Moment Of The Year

John Fury's Reaction To His Son Beating Deontay Wilder Is The Greatest TV Moment Of The Year

One of the things to have come out of Tyson Fury's win over Deontay Wilder is the emergence of John Fury as everyone's favourite member of the family.

John was a prominent part of the recent ITV documentary, 'Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King,' and footage of his phone call with his son following the fight has gone viral twice.

On Thursday night fans were treated to the third installment of the documentary and it showed John reacting to seeing Tyson win the fight. The highlight being the elder Fury grabbing his crotch and shouting 'that's what come out of these balls.'

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The video of the pair of Furys first went viral when the conversation from Tyson's side of it was posted online in the aftermath of the fight.

This week the phone call was once again all over social media as the ITV documentary showed both sides of it with John's part of the conversation recorded in England at the same time cameras were rolling on the new WBC champion in Las Vegas.

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Fury predicted how the fight would go and was incredibly spot on, "Believe me, Deontay Wilder and his little skinny legs, he's gonna know he's on him after six or seven rounds," he told BT Sport.

"I would put any money, any money now that Tyson does what he says he's gonna do.

"It could be over early, it is gonna be a knockout, a Tyson Fury knockout."

Fury knocked Wilder down twice. Image: PA Images
Fury knocked Wilder down twice. Image: PA Images
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No doubt John will play a prominent part in the build up to the third fight later this year and until then people can enjoy the No Context John Fury Twitter account to keep up their fix of Fury.

Topics: Heavyweight boxing, Tyson Fury, Bronze Bomber, Boxing News, Boxing, Gypsy King, ITV, Deontay Wilder, John Fury

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