Tyson Fury calls True Geordie a 'tosser' before end of interview in heated moment
Tyson Fury abruptly left an interview with True Geordie after being questioned about his upcoming fight with Derek Chisora.
The self-proclaimed 'Gyspy King' will defend his WBC heavyweight championship against Chisora at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on December 3.
Fury has beaten Chisora twice already, with fans not thrilled by the idea of a trilogy bout.
Earlier this year, Fury was eager to square off with Anthony Joshua but negotiations fell through. True Geordie, real name Brian Davis, told Fury he would rather see him face other contenders in the division on the latest edition of the True Geordie Podcast.
That saw Fury reply per Boxing Social: "No matter what you say, or what people like you want to say about Derek Chisora, he’s achieved more in boxing and in fighting than ten men like you could ever achieve. So I’m not going to just let you sit here and slate somebody who’s fought the best fighters of this era just because he’s lost a few fights.
"It is what it is. I’ll be fighting Chisora … and if you don’t want to watch it then please don’t, and if you do, tune in. And if you don’t want to buy a ticket, don’t buy a ticket. And if you do, be like the rest of the 50 odd, 60 odd thousand that’s already bought tickets."
Chisora is currently 33-12 after defeating Kubrat Pulev in July. Prior to that, he was on a three-fight losing streak.
Fury declared: "I can’t let you, who’s probably never had a fight in your life, run Chisora down who’s fought everybody. I cannot let that happen."
At the end of the interview, with emotions high, True Geordie thanked Fury for taking time out of his day to appear on the show.
The 34-year-old, while trying to disconnect from the call, said: "I think you’re a tosser. You little tosspot. And I won’t be doing any more interviews with you little tosspot, bearded, bald-headed tosser. Kiss my b**ls, you little w**ker. You little sh**house. Suck a d**k."
Clips of the interview quickly went viral on social media, receiving over 200,000 views at the time of writing.
SPORTbible has contacted Tyson Fury's representatives for comment.
Queensberry Promotion chief Frank Warren recently claimed over 50,000 tickets have been sold ahead of Fury vs Chisora III. It means the fight will likely end up a sell-out.
You can watch the full interview with Tyson Fury on the True Geordie Podcast here.
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