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Did the loss to Usik return Fury to the “dark times”? Tyson succumbs to alcohol again

Date: June 22, 2024 Time: 09:09:39

Did the loss to Usik return Fury to the “dark times”? Tyson succumbs to alcohol again

Sergey Sorokin June 11, 2024, 16:15 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

The gypsy king is not yet ready for revenge.

On May 18, the great Ring of Fire tournament took place in Riyadh. In the main fight of the night, Alexander Usik and Tyson Fury fought for the title of absolute world heavyweight champion. The fight pleased professional boxing fans with intrigue and lasted all 12 rounds. As a result, Usyk won by split decision. And the Gypsy King desperately accused the referee of theft and demanded immediate revenge. Admittedly, it’s unlikely that Fury is preparing for a second fight. The day before he found himself in an extremely unpleasant situation.

The heavyweight battle was light years away from record numbers:

The historic boxing fight didn’t even beat the UFC. Did Usyk and Fury undersell the fight?

A video has emerged online showing a British man being dragged out of a bar in a state of extreme drunkenness. The images show that Tyson has great difficulty standing and his friends have to hold him by the arms. But an even more unpleasant incident occurred on the street. The Gypsy King fell to his knees and then buried his face completely in the ground. Apparently, the long break without drinking alcohol took its toll on him. As reported by The Sun, Fury drank for the first time in a year.

It is worth noting that all British fans immediately began to sound the alarm. And all because in the career of the Gypsy King there were already problems with alcohol and illegal substances. And then things took an extremely unpleasant turn. In 2015, the boxer was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which had accompanied him since childhood. And he began a constant struggle with psychological problems. Fury began drinking alcohol constantly, drinking 10 liters of beer a day, trying to drown out the mental trauma from him. The situation was only aggravated by family problems and tragedies.

At the time of the depression, Fury gained a lot of weight and gained 180 kilograms. So no one could even believe that this particular man was one of the best boxers on the planet. And Tyson himself simply stopped training: “I met many personal demons. I haven’t been to the gym for several months. I’m going through depression and I just don’t want to live anymore… All the money and fame in the world means nothing if you’re not happy. I go to psychiatrists. “They say I have a form of bipolar disorder, manic-depressive psychosis.”

Tyson Fury

Photo: Sascha Steinbach/Getty Images

The loss to Usik is definitely an emotional blow for Tyson. Especially after Fury failed in his fight with Francis Ngannou. Even then it became clear that the Gypsy King’s mental state left much to be desired. And now Fury has exploded. After a long time, he started drinking alcohol again. And the first appearance turned into such an unpleasant incident. Additionally, The Sun reported the first case of alcohol consumption. But no one knows exactly how Tyson deals with defeat at home, away from the cameras.

The gypsy king survived with his last strength, but lost the battle in a moment:

The fall that decided everything. Let’s find out how Usyk took down Fury

I would like to believe that Tyson’s “dark times” will not be repeated. Of course, Fury was able to overcome them and get out of that difficult situation. He overcame his addictions and proved once again that he is one of the best boxers on the planet. But a second such crisis could be much worse.

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