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Tyson Fury Claims His Success Is Down To 'Masturbating Seven Times A Day'

Anish Vij

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Tyson Fury Claims His Success Is Down To 'Masturbating Seven Times A Day'

Tyson Fury says his boxing success is down to 'masturbating seven times a day'.

The heavyweight champion has been speaking ahead of his upcoming title defence against Dillian Whyte, which will be taking place on April 23 at Wembley Stadium.

The Gypsy King semi-jokingly believes that masturbation gives him the required power in his hands to knock out his opponent by 'loading up on testosterone'.

"I put most of my success down to masturbation seven times a day," Fury told the Pat McAfee show.

Credit: YouTube/The Pat McAfee Show
Credit: YouTube/The Pat McAfee Show

"Got to keep that blood pumping baby; the only thing I have been loading is testosterone from all the w***ing over the years. Right hands and left hands depending on what I feel like."

And this isn't the first time Fury has claimed that having a w**k has helped him at his craft.

Prior to the second meeting with Deontay Wilder in 2020, he echoed pretty similar thoughts.

"I'm doing a lot of things I didn't before. I'm eating five or six meals a day, drinking eight litres of water," he said.

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

"If it's gonna give me an edge, I'm willing to try it. I'm masturbating seven times a day, keep my testosterone pumping."

It could be argued that his trilogy of fights with Wilder has taken the boxer to legendary status in the game.

However, his next opponent Whyte has been waiting years for another shot at the title.

Although he was a no-show at the recent press conference to promote the fight, to which Fury responded: "He’s getting the biggest payday of his life. He should be here kissing my feet and washing my feet.

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

"Before I was like ‘you know what, when I say stuff about Dillian Whyte he always fires back and he gets upset and causes a bit of a ruckus’, now it’s like ‘say what you want about the guy’.

"It’s given me that much more confidence, it’s unbelievable. He’s definitely shown the white flag in my estimation.

"He doesn’t want to go face to face with me because he’ll see that fire in my eyes and he’ll think ‘I’m getting smashed to bits'."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Boxing, Tyson Fury, UK News, Sport

Anish Vij
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