Paris Fury took to Twitter and shared some significant news regarding her husband, Tyson Fury, and his recent ventures. Per the social media post, The WBC champion has erected a personal gym to give back to the community. Additionally, this massive undertaking will be beneficial to the boxer, who will utilize the same for his own training camps.
However, the news does not surprise fans of ‘The Gypsy King’, who have followed him his entire career. He has gone on record to say that his return marks a new phase for his career and personal life. Fury has expressed a keen interest in giving back to the sport of boxing through community setups.
Tyson Fury: A look back
The perennial showman, Tyson Fury, is arguably one of the biggest stars in the sport of boxing as it stands today. His most recent stoppage victory over Deontay Wilder helped solidify his place amongst the combat sports community. Moreover, the aforementioned fighters will square off in a highly anticipated trilogy bout at the end of the year to book-end their rivalry.
‘The Gypsy King’ has endeared himself to fans with his candid interviews as well as his prowess in the ring. He has attained astronomical levels of success which was birthed from his victory over Wladimir Klitschko. Chiefly, he has had to overcome some personal demons and has used his platform to spread awareness on the same.
Additionally, Tyson Fury is a box-office draw, coupled with his ability to put on masterful performances. Upon his return to active competition, he has positioned himself as one of the biggest stars to watch out for. Fury’s success going forward will hinge on his ability to seal the deal in the trilogy fight against ‘The Bronze Bomber’
Moreover, a second win over Wilder will open the door to arguably one of the biggest bouts the sport has to offer. Anthony Joshua will look to thrash to mandatory IBF challenger, Kubrat Pulev, and set his scope on Fury. Tyson Fury’s trajectory appears to be scaling rapidly, and he will be keen to exert his presence in the landscape of modern boxing.