Tyson Fury Posts Comeback Gym Session After Viral Video Shows Him Collapse Outside Club

The Gypsy King is back for his crown.

Tyson Fury Posts Comeback Gym Session After Viral Video Shows Him Collapse Outside Club

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Tyson Fury strikes back after viral videos show him staggering out of a bar, drunk and disorderly after the former heavyweight champ posts a training video to his socials and reiterates his desire to fight again.

Tyson Fury is never one to shirk his responsibilities. The former heavyweight champion suffered an unexpected loss to Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia last month and has kept a relatively low profile since, abstaining from social media in the aftermath of the fight.

At the time of the verdict, Fury was stunned by the result. He suggested that Usyk had benefitted from a biased agenda from the judges since his country was in the midst of a devastating invasion from Russian forces. Fury was quick to call for a rematch and a chance to claim back his undisputed heavyweight title.

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Tyson Fury lost to Oleksandr Usyk in May 2024. Image: Getty

Videos of a drunk Tyson Fury stumbling out of a bar have been circulating recently, escorted by security who wanted to remove him from the venue. After being taken outside, the 35-year-old collapses onto the pavement in the footage. It’s unsettling, given how the former champ has been open about his struggles with alcoholism and depression in recent years.

But Fury is never one to stay down and has since posted a defiant training video to his socials in which he seems to address the recent controversy, reiterating his desire to rematch Usyk in Saudi and take back his title.

WATCH Tyson Fury posts a defiant boxing training session to his socials below.

It’s unclear whether the rematch fight for 21 December 2024 will be greenlit, but considering the two men walked away with a combined estimated purse of $145 million USD (~$218 million AUD), there’s clearly big money to be made for the boxing promotion in the Arabian Gulf.