If Hollywood movies are anything to go by, couples in need can flip through a book of sperm donors.
They might think 'I want him to be tall' or 'she needs to be smart'. And soon, those with a bit of extra cash in their wallet could have their child looking like Tyson Fury.
Who wouldn't want that?
The former heavyweight champion has Tweeted this offer for couples:
"Get yourself a son off the undisputed heavyweight champion, studding fees £50k plus vat a pop," reads the caption.
Now before you scoff at the opportunity, you can have a look at his statistics.
He's currently six foot nine inches, or 203 centimetres. Not bad, not bad.
He's also not the worst boxer - he's undefeated after 25 matches, with 18 wins by knockout.
So Fury would probably be able to offer a potential baby decent sporting genes too.
The 'Furious One' has been prone to make some bad comments in the past which got him in trouble, however.
In 2013, shortly before his first fight at Madison Square Garden, he said he would hang his own sister if she was promiscuous.
Tyson Fury in 2016. Credit: PA
He was nominated for the 2015 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award, but the reaction was mixed due to the statements he made before he fought Vladimir Klitschko.
Fury likened homosexuality to paedophilia when he said: "There are only three things that need to be accomplished before the devil comes home. One of them is homosexuality being legal in countries, one of them is abortion and the other is paedophilia. So who would have thought in the 50s and early 60s that those first two would be legalised."
He apologised saying it wasn't his intention to hurt anybody, but not before more than 138,000 people signed a petition claiming he was unworthy of the award.
Last year he courted even more controversy when he went on a rant during a video supposed to be about a training camp.
He said: "Everyone just do what you can, listen to the government follow everybody like sheep, be brainwashed by all the Zionist, Jewish people who own all the banks, all the papers all the TV stations. Be brainwashed by them all."
That sparked outrage from some Jewish organisations and groups and Fury eventually issued an apology which read: "I apologise to anyone who may have taken offence at any of my comments. I said some things, which may have hurt some people, which as a Christian man is not something I would ever want to do.
"Though it is not an excuse, sometimes the heightened media scrutiny has caused me to act out in public. I mean no harm or disrespect to anyone and I know more is expected of me as an ambassador of British boxing and I promise in future to hold myself up to the highest possible standard."
He told fans he wanted to fight in May this year but the British Boxing Board of Control said he was still suspended due to an ongoing investigation.
So if you're still keen so have a bunch of Tyson Fury's swimming around then, by all means, get in touch with him.
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