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Tyson Fury has dodged a ceiling to the noggin after the roof collapsed during a punching bag session:
The Gypsy King was laying into his bag when the ceiling suddenly caved in and a light came hanging down beside him.
The 32-year-old boxer gave everyone a glimpse at just how lethal he is, posting the video on to his Instagram page.
He wrote: "This is what's coming for everyone 2021 to infinity."
As the roof caves in, you can hear someone shout 'S***' before another says: "That's what happens..."
Fury then goes on to say: "That could have come down and hurt me, you f**king idiot. You f**king failed sugar."
Since being posted, the clip has racked up over 860,000 views with one person pointing out: "This is the definition of 'knocking your lights out'."
Another added: "That movement though, dodged the ceiling quicker than Deontay [Wilder] could dodge a punch."
A third joked: "BREAKING: Heavy Bag has accused Fury of glove tampering."
Another wasn't as convinced and asked Fury: "Why would you attach a punch bag to suspended Ceiling?? Obviously it would fall down!! Dog s*** stunt!!"
Speaking of Deontay Wilder, Fury claimed that his opponent thought he'd put 'some kind of gypsy spell' on him before their fight.
Fury goes into fascinating detail on the physical and mental preparation he put into that second fight in his new book, The Furious Method, including how a bold pre-fight prediction made Wilder question himself.
He explained: "When Joe Rogan interviewed Wilder on his podcast after our first fight, Wilder said he thought I'd put some kind of gypsy spell on him. As far as I know I don't possess much in the way of spells (though my Irish grandmother was a fortune teller)."
He went on: "What's clear is that I had got into his head and shook his self-confidence by repeatedly telling him I was going to drop him in the second round.
"I planted that seed in his mind and uttered it so frequently in the run-up to the fight he got spooked and started believing it himself."
Fury emphasises how his winning the pre-fight psychological battle in the lead-up to the contest left Wilder deeply uneasy, claiming: "I'm the master of mind games and I've already burrowed deep into his head."
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