The name Fury soared after winning the heavyweight world championship belt from Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.
However, afterward, the Manchester boxer was getting worse because of drug use cases and sex-related comments that were often shown.
In a stirring interview in The Sunday Times magazine, Fury claimed it was all part of his way of promoting himself. Alias, all that is just a sensation.
“Maybe it’s an act. Maybe I did it to become famous because I know selling controversy.” Fury said to The Sunday Times quoted by The Sun, Tuesday (11/12/2019) “The public is not really interested in normal humans. You have to be a little strange to get the spotlight,” said Tyson Fury.
On that occasion, Tyson Fury also denied the accusation that he called himself multiple personalities. According to him, all of this is just acting so that he can quickly become famous.
“I’m not a bipolar or anything that has psychological disorders. I just want people to know ‘who is Tyson Fury’,” the boxer nicknamed the Gipsy Kings.
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