Tyson Fury goes from knocking out Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley to sorting the bins with coach SugarHill Steward at home
Heavyweight champion or not, no one’s too big to sort the rubbish out at home.
Tyson Fury was brought back to reality and then some just two days after his devastating knockout of Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley as he did the chore that all us mere mortals do every week.
With the help of coach SugarHill Steward, the ‘Gypsy King’ lugged a load of bin bags into a truck.
Fury said when uploading the video on his Instagram story: “From 95,000 [sic] at Wembley, heavyweight championship of the world, to me and Sugar doing the bins.
“Straight back off the motorway, on our own, getting it done. Tip run for us. Get it there, Sugar, get up!”
After sealing the win Fury said he was retiring from boxing but insists he would still be in the fighting game.
Stood beside UFC heavyweight world champion Francis Ngannou, Fury revealed his hopes for a crossover bout, which could take place in 2023.
And Fury’s promoter in America, Bob Arum, says the superfight would be ‘easy’ to arrange.
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“I don’t know what (Ngannou’s) contract situation with the UFC is,” Arum said. “Obviously, it’d be a massive fight, and it should be easy to make.”
Arum went on top say that he plans to discuss the potential fight with Fury when they meet in a few weeks time when the 33-year-old visits Las Vegas, where the Top Rank CEO lives.
“We’ll have plenty of time to talk everything out,” Arum added.
The Hall-of-Fame boxing promoter dismissed Fury’s claim that he’s retiring
“No, he definitely…
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