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Tyson Fury Claims He 'Battered' Three Top-Ten Heavyweights After Drinking 14 Pints Of Foster's

Daniel Marland

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Tyson Fury Claims He 'Battered' Three Top-Ten Heavyweights After Drinking 14 Pints Of Foster's

Featured Image Credit: Tyson Fury/Instagram & BT Sport Boxing/YouTube

Tyson Fury has claimed he once 'battered' three top-ten heavyweights after drinking 14 pints of Foster's.

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The WBC heavyweight champion is currently training ahead of his next title defence, likely against Dillian Whyte in the new year.

Fury has said he's currently running a camp full of 'pi**heads' and even made a bold claim after a wild night on the town.

He explained per The Sun: "I don't act like a professional and live in the gym for days a week because that doesn't achieve anything.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

"If you turn up on time, try your hardest and do your best, the sad truth is 99 per cent of the time you still won't make it.

"But if you are in the gym and still going out two or three times a week then you might make it.

"Championship boxing is a mindset, it is not about who trains the hardest or who lifts the heaviest weights, you have to enjoy yourself.

"If you don't enjoy yourself then the sport becomes too serious and you end up losing.

"I have often had 15 pints before 15 rounds of sparring and still smashed f**k out of somebody, if I am lying then God can strike me down.

"I remember one night I had 14 pints of Fosters and then sparred three top-ten heavyweights - and battered them all - that's because I don't take it all too seriously."

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Fury last fought in October against long-time rival Deontay Wilder and emerged as comfortable winner.

Whyte has been named as a mandatory challenger by the WBC and a fight is set to happen in the spring.

Falling to the wayside now is a lucrative bout between Fury and Anthony Joshua.

'AJ' slipped to defeat against Oleksandr Usyk in September and lost his unified WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles for a second time.

Fury is also involved in a bitter war of words with YouTube star Jake Paul.

The 24-year-old was set to fight Fury's brother, Tommy, a week on Saturday but it's been called off.

Tommy is currently suffering from a bacterial chest infection and also broke his ribs in camp.

Paul said he'd happily fight Tyson in his place, but the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' laughed it off in a recent interview.

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing

Daniel Marland
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