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Tyson Fury Kicks Out At Taxi After Being Refused A Ride On Holiday

Dominic Smithers

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Tyson Fury Kicks Out At Taxi After Being Refused A Ride On Holiday

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

Footage has emerged of Tyson Fury getting involved in a scuffle with a car while on holiday. Have a look at who came off worse:

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The heavyweight champion has been enjoying a break in France with his dad, John Fury, soaking up the sun. But in a brief video posted on Twitter, the 33-year-old can be seen walking down a street, looking a bit worse for wear, with his dad holding him up.

Some sort of conversation then seems to ensue with a taxi driver sat in a car up ahead. However, moments later, as the driver heads off, Fury, standing behind the vehicle, can be seen running up after it.

He then swings a big boot at the back before his group manages to grab hold of him and calm him down.

The taxi then drives off unscathed.

Over the past few days, Fury has been sharing updates on social media of his trip, and he looks like he's been having a good time, sharing videos of him and mates partying.

He also posted a video of him and his dad going for a run through the streets, saying: "Nice run dad this morning through the city."

John then says: "Back at it. Too many we had last night."

To which Fury asks: "Strong beer wasn't it dad?"

Fury was seen kicking out at a taxi while on holiday in France. Credit: Twitter
Fury was seen kicking out at a taxi while on holiday in France. Credit: Twitter

"Strongest I have had in a while," replies John.

This comes after Eddie Hearn questioned the WBC's decision to give Fury a bit more time to decide on his future, having speculated that he wants to hang up his gloves.

The Gypsy King announced that he was quitting the sport following his victory over Dillian Whyte recently.

The WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman confirmed, however, that Fury will not be given a deadline to decide if he will vacate his belt.

Hearn told Boxing Social: "I don't know why he needs time, he's retired. But no, look, we all know he's not retiring.

"He won't vacate the belt and I hope he faces the winner of Oleksandr Usyk vs Anthony Joshua II. I think that is a tremendous fight for his career."

Topics: Tyson Fury

Dominic Smithers
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