Sport Heavyweight boxing superstar Tyson Fury opens up on mental health struggles ahead of Deontay Wilder rematch

06:55  14 february  2020
06:55  14 february  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

Whyte: Will Fury even fight me?

  Whyte: Will Fury even fight me? Dillian Whyte has questioned whether Tyson Fury will defend the WBC heavyweight title against him, if he defeats Deontay Wilder this weekend. The Brixton man is the mandatory challenger for the WBC belt, which is at stake when WBC champion Wilder faces Fury in a Las Vegas rematch in the early hours of Sunday morning.Whyte has been frustrated in his pursuit of Wilder, with the WBC confirming that his title shot will not be enforced until February 2021, and the Londoner believes that Fury might also attempt to avoid him."Tyson Fury, hopefully he's in a better place, he's in better shape, mentally and physically.

Следующее. Tyson Fury opens up on mental health , destiny to be heavyweight champ | Highly Deontay Wilder , Luis Ortiz make weight for their heavyweight title bout Tyson Fury opens up about struggles with mental health - Продолжительность: 3:11 DofuStream 1 338 просмотров.

Tyson Fury ex trainer Ben Davison nervous but 100pc behind Gypsy King vs Deontay Wilder - 20 mins - Продолжительность: 16:01 Gareth A Davies Mike Tyson & Evander Holyfield: Heavyweight Boxing Legends Join Larry - Продолжительность: 28:31 Larry King 967 405 просмотров.

Tyson Fury looking at the camera© Getty Images

Tyson Fury is undoubtedly one of boxing's biggest stars - but the 'lineal' heavyweight champion of the world has revealed some harrowing details about his ongoing mental health battle.

The 31-year old is preparing for a blockbuster rematch against Deontay Wilder on February 23rd (AEDT) and is in the midst of his training camp.

Fury (29-0-1) battled Wilder (42-0-1) back in December 2018 for a split-decision draw, and the pair will go at it again in just over a week for the WBC Heavyweight Championship.

Wilder: My two-year-old punches harder than Fury

  Wilder: My two-year-old punches harder than Fury Deontay Wilder has said his "two-year-old punches harder" than Tyson Fury ahead of Saturday's world heavyweight title rematch in Las Vegas. The unbeaten fighters go head-to-head at the MGM Grand on Saturday after a thrilling draw in their first bout back in December 2018. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

How will the Deontay Wilder - Tyson Fury rematch go? Tyson Fury said that he "lost the will to live" during his mental health struggles . Fury , 29, was banned from boxing in 2017 after he tested positive for banned substances. Fury also discussed his plans to do more for mental health causes upon retiring.

Undefeated lineal champion Tyson Fury sits down with SHOWTIME Sports announcer Mauro Ranallo for an exclusive interview opening up about his mental health Fury faces WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder – live Saturday, December 1 from STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on

But 'The Gypsy King' recently took time to sit down with Behind The Glovesfor a tell-all interview in the lead-up to his highly-anticipated fight.

Fury revealed that without the structure and routine of boxing, he doesn't know how he would get through the dark times.

“I look forward to Saturdays. I do a long run in the morning and then I will do something with the kids or whatever I can," he said.

“Then Sunday comes and every Sunday I am absolutely suicidal, every single Sunday whether I am in camp or I am at home.

“It is like the world has ended and I just want to not live anymore...then I go to bed on a Sunday night thinking yeah Monday is tomorrow I can start my stuff again.

“That is the way I live. It is routine that is keeping me alive and keeping me going.

Boxing megastar's devastating daughter revelation

  Boxing megastar's devastating daughter revelation Boxing megastar Deontay Wilder sat with a gun on his lap and considered suicide the year his daughter was born.The WBC heavyweight world champion made the devastating revelation ahead of his rematch with Tyson Fury, on February 23 (AEDT) in Las Vegas.

Tyson Fury speaks candidly with Dan Le Batard about leaving school at 10 years old to pursue Fury explains there was never any doubt about his future, he was destined to be heavyweight champion Tyson Fury Opens Up About Mental Health , Overcoming Alcoholism & Fighting Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury opens up about his struggles ahead of his rematch with Deontay Wilder . MONEY MAN. Do Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder sit among boxing 's reported rich list? A mix of mental health issues and alcohol abuse saw Fury go off the rails, ballooning in weight and contemplating

“If I give up the gym I will be dead within a year, that is for sure.”

Fury is an entertainer, and the 'character' he portrays in the media and in the ring is a stark contrast to the mental demons the man behind it deals with daily.

But despite all this, the Englishman is remaining focused on his upcoming bout and believes this training camp has been 'one of his best yet'.

MORE: Horn-Tszyu set to be confirmed

“Camp has been very good," he said.

"It has been a very dedicated camp, everyone has been doing exactly what they are supposed to do. No hiccups, no injuries – so far, so good.

“I never don’t have Diet Cokes, but I haven’t done any of that (during this camp). No protein bars, haven’t been going out for meals once a week."

As for the fight itself - Fury is sticking to his prediction of a second-round knockout, and is ready to stick the proverbial flag at the top of the boxing world.

And the jovial Pom laughed off claims from Wilder that he 'doesn't hit hard' and wants to prove he can throw just as hard as the American.

Wilder mocks 'pillow fists' of Fury ahead of rematch

  Wilder mocks 'pillow fists' of Fury ahead of rematch World heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder ridiculed Tyson Fury's punching power on Tuesday as the two unbeaten fighters prepare for their eagerly anticipated rematch in Las Vegas. Wilder, the reigning WBC champion, climbs back into the ring with British star Fury on February 22, 14 months after the two men battled to a thrilling draw in Los Angeles in December 2018.

Fury vs Wilder : Deontay Wilder LAUNCHES Tyson Fury with shot to throat. Fury revealed his dramatic weight loss whilst appearing on Good Morning Britain with Wilder ahead of the pair’s London press conference. Deontay Wilder coach opens up on injury ahead of Tyson Fury rematch .

Tyson Fury opens up on his struggles with depression ahead of Deontay Wilder fight. Controversial British heavyweight Tyson Fury has opened up about his battle with mental health issues. He was simply too big and unpredictable for the boxing game. Fury takes in Deontay Wilder in His next target is undefeated US star Deontay Wilder , who will touch gloves with Fury in Los

"The bad thing for Deontay is when I knock him out, and I have 'pillows for fists' - it is going to make his chin like feathers isn't it," he said.

"The thing with Deontay Wilder is, the more time you are in there with him, the more chance he is of landing a knockout blow.

"The quicker the fight is over, the less chance he's got. To bring those odds down, the fight is going to end quickly.

"I am game enough to go toe-to-toe with any mother f***er out there, whether it's Wilder or King Kong himself. Whether he knocks me out or I knock him out, there's going to be one and fair play.

"I want to give myself the best opportunity of winning, and the best opportunity I can give myself is by knocking him out."

Fury vs Wilder will be broadcast live on Main Event, with the PPV portion of the card starting at 1pm AEDT.

For 24/7 crisis support or suicide prevention services, please call 13 11 14. If life is in danger, call 000.

If you or anyone you know is suffering from depression, call Lifeline on 13 11 14, Beyondblue on 1300 22 4636, or Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800.

Paul Gallen eyeing Barry Hall rematch if Mark Hunt fight falls through .
Gal v Hall 2? It could happen

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!