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Very brave bouncers drag Tyson Fury out of bar after ‘a couple too many’


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Fury looks worse for wear as he left the night spot (Picture: @chickenrunwhufc/@verisios

Tyson Fury was carried out of a bar by bouncers before falling down in the street after a heavy night out back home in Morecambe.

‘The Gypsy King’ recently fought Oleksandr Usyk in the biggest heavyweight boxing fight in a quarter of a decade, losing his WBC heavyweight title after a split decision defeat to the Ukrainian in Saudi Arabia. It was the first defeat of his professional career.

Fury will have the chance to become world champion for a third time with a rematch between the two already confirmed and scheduled for 21 December.

But before preparations begin for that fight, Fury enjoyed a night out in his hometown last Friday at Nowhere bar that left him a little worse for wear.

Footage circulating on social media shows the 35-year-old being escorted off the premises by two members of security staff.

As he reaches the entrance, Fury is then seen collapsing to his knees, appearing to hit his head off the pavement in the process.

The Sun report Fury was partying with friends and fans at the venue before security staff were forced to intervene and tell the former world champion to call it a night.

Fury was beaten by Usyk in Saudi Arabia last month (Picture: PA)

‘He had a couple too many and wasn’t feeling too well either,’ a source close to Fury told the newspaper.

Tyson Fury getting escorted out of a pub in Morecambe on Friday night before faceplanting on the pavement outside…

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Fury moved to the Morecambe area in 2008, living in his £1.7m mansion with wife Paris and their seven children.

The Briton spent the first five months of the year locked away in fight camp as he prepared for his showdown with Usyk.

Tyson is currently recovering from that battle in Saudi (Picture: Getty)

With their fight date originally scheduled for February, Fury travelled to Saudi Arabia days after Christmas to begin training.

A nasty cut suffered in sparring saw that date pushed back to May, with the former champion staying in camp as the wound healed.

Fury’s future in the ring briefly looked uncertain following his defeat in Saudi but any talk of retirement soon disappeared with their rematch now locked in for the end of the year.

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Source:: Metro

      

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