Tyson Fury Boxing History

Tyson Fury is becoming a household name everywhere these days. This boxer has blown up in the boxing world and more and more fans are being made. Fans love him and his winning personality. He is a great boxer and we have a little bit of history about Tyson Fury boxing.

Tyson Fury has led an interesting and adventurous life, so far. Tyson Fury made his debut on December 6, 2008. He won the fight in the first round. Since then, he has been winning every time he steps into the ring. However, in 2015, he made headlines after the win against Klitschko. This win gave Fury the WBA, WBO, IBF, IBO, and the Ring magazine titles.

Tyson Fury Boxing History

However, Tyson Fury went on a hiatus for three years following the bout. He was stripped of his title only 10 days after the win. This led Fury into a bad depression, alcoholism, extreme weight gain, recreational drug use, and violated the anti-doping laws.

In 2018, he decided to make a comeback and he definitely achieved that. He met Deontay wilder and went twelve rounds to have a controversial draw called at the end of the fight.

Tyson Fury was born three months prematurely and weighed in at one pound. His parents were told that he would not live. His father named him after Mike Tyson, and he did survive and grew up to be an extremely strong man. His family has a lot of boxing in their blood and he knew that he was powerful when at 14, he broke his father’s ribs. Fury is back with a vengeance and ready for blood. He has been training night and day and he is in the best shape of his life. He is ready for this rematch and we feel that he is going to win this one to prove a point that he may have been down and out, but he is definitely back in boxing.