Tyson Fury proclaims its all about the boxing now, as he watched Derick Chisora fail in an unsuccessful shot at the European Heavyweight crown in Monaco this weekend as he lost a majority points decision to Germany’s Agit Kabayel.
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) November 3, 2017
It was a younger and considerably better Chisora who was twice stopped in 2011 and 2014 by a young Tyson Fury before the latter pulled off his huge win over a seemingly unbeatable Vladamir Klitschko in Germany almost 2 years ago.
In the 2 years since that meteoric victory, life has indeed not panned out the way Fury would have ever dreamed. Instead of the adulation of fame and fortune his amazing achievement deserved, he was met with scorn ridicule and hate, which consequently led him to take the pain out on himself hiding his obvious hurt with a dulling cocktail of drink and drugs, only made worse with his banishment from the Sport.
How long must I be maid wait to return to what I do best? pic.twitter.com/FtYBZiR1n4
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) September 17, 2017
Thankfully it looks like sense will prevail and the likable giant will be thrown a career lifeline he so desperately needs.
Tyson Fury is a fighting man from a fighting family and desperately needs the discipline the sport he loves gives him and I for one am certainly glad he’s going to get his chance to return.
We have missed his larger than life character, his tongue in cheek wit and charm, and most definitely his entertainment in the ring.
The time is right for a Fury comeback as the Heavyweight division lights up with the World Titles been split between powerhouses Deontay Wilder, Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker and Fury’s return should see him quickly regain his rightful place amongst that distinguished group.
This is the Tyson fury that will be returning next year, with a new style & a new persona & new goals. pic.twitter.com/MszTGdDEfK
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) November 1, 2017
Tyson Fury’s potentially huge future should soon be back in his own massive hands with hopefully some painful lessons learned, it’s a more measured thoughtful Fury that lets his boxing do the talking.