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The brutal philosophy of Tyson Fury

18 May 2024

11:43 PM

18 May 2024

11:43 PM

Tyson Fury, the towering British behemoth with the quick wit and even quicker fists, is ready to fight Oleksandr Usyk. Unlike Usyk, however, Fury is not just a pugilist; he’s a spectacle. He’s one of boxing’s greatest assets because he’s not just in the business of winning fights.

Fury’s journey from rage to riches is as compelling as any Hollywood script, and he’s proven himself as much a showman as a slugger.

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