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Tyson Fury


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Tyson Luke Fury is known as one of the best heavyweight boxers of this generation. He is not only a multi-time professional boxing Heavyweight Champion, but an accomplished amateur boxer as well. The most interesting fact about his boxing career is that he is yet to suffer a loss. Apart from his illustrious work in the boxing ring, Tyson Fury recently made it to the headlines for his involvement with WWE.


  1. Tyson Fury Height and Weight
  2. Tyson Fury Record
  3. Tyson Fury WWE


Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury - New York Press Conference


Tyson Fury Height and Weight 


Tyson Fury stands 6 ft 9 in and weighs 117 kg. He had regained a lot of weight due to his issues with alcohol but lost nearly nine stones in the last two years. 


His tremendous weight loss earned him worldwide acclamation, with some stating him to be in his best shape prior to his fight against Otto Wallin.


Tyson Fury Record


Since his debut in professional boxing, Tyson Fury has been involved in 30 matches out of which he won 29 and the remaining one ended in a draw. Hence, Fury is one of those very few active boxers who are yet to be defeated inside a boxing ring. Many prominent media outlets also rank him as the best active heavyweight boxer in the world. 


Known as the Gypsy King, the 31-year old Tyson Fury enjoys a reported net worth $40 million owing to his successful boxing career. His decade-long tenure as a boxer had him winning the Heavyweight titles of WBO, WBA (Super), IBF, IBO, WBC, and other notable organizations. 


As a boxer, Tyson Fury’s fight with Otto Wallin was his lastest, which he won by unanimous decision after the 12th round.


Tyson Fury WWE


Tyson Fury was in attendance for the Friday Night SmackDown premiere on Fox, when he got into a confrontation with the ‘Monster Among Men’ Braun Strowman. Although it appeared to be a friendly taunt at first, the scenario between the two got heated as Strowman shoved Dolph Ziggler on Fury. 


WWE allowed Tyson Fury an open mic this past week on RAW to clear the air with Braun Strowman. However, both of them wanted apologies from each other and instead of reaching a conclusion, they indulged in a brawl. The entire WWE locker room had to arrive on the scene to prevent Braun Strowman and Tyson Fury from destroying one another and it seems the promotion will be announcing a solution so that the two can settle their scores. 

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