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Video Appears To Show 'Drunk' Tyson Fury Kicking Out At Taxi After Being Refused Ride

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Video Appears To Show 'Drunk' Tyson Fury Kicking Out At Taxi After Being Refused Ride

​A video has emerged of Tyson Fury kicking a taxi after appearing to be refused entry by the driver while on holiday in Cannes. 

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Fury has been enjoying himself in the south of France after calling time on his career following his knockout victory over Dillian Whyte last month

But he looked worse for wear as he was being held up by his father, 'Big' John, as he approached the taxi. 

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Image: via Twitter
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The self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' stumbled his way to the vehicle and seemed to be denied entry by the driver despite his friends' best efforts.

With people gathered around the taxi, Fury attempts to open the door - but to no avail. 

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After a failed discussion between the driver and Fury's friends, the taxi pulls away. 

The 33-year-old then appears to kick out at the vehicle as it drives off. 

SPORTbible has contacted Fury's camp for comment.

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Fury is enjoying time with his family having retired from boxing after defending his WBC world heavyweight title against Whyte at Wembley Stadium. 

He's been linked with a mega cross-over showdown against UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou despite supposedly hanging up the gloves. 

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But Matchroom chief Eddie Hearn isn't convinced Fury is retired and expects him to face the winner of Oleksandr Usyk​ vs. Anthony Joshua. 

He said: "It's very easy for Tyson to go back and go, 'Look, I'm just gonna have some time now. Let me just think about what I'm going to do. I know I said that after the fight, but let me have some time.'

"And they shouldn't strip him, of course not. He doesn't have to retire, he doesn't have to give them a decision when his next fight is just yet. He's just boxed."

Hearn added: "So everything is done properly, but, of course, we all know he's not retiring.

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"So, I expect to see him fight the winner of Joshua-Usyk in December."

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Topics: Boxing, Tyson Fury

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