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Update on Tyson Fury training comeback

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by juppity, Jun 20, 2017.



  1. lawslaw

    lawslaw Active Member Full Member

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    As far as I am aware the only sources that have said the B sample was negative was the Fury camp itself and Frank Warren. UKAD or the BBBoC have never stated that.
     
  2. Boxukhull

    Boxukhull New Member booted Full Member

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    Do you think he will return ?
     
  3. lawslaw

    lawslaw Active Member Full Member

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    No.
     
  4. juppity

    juppity Active Member Full Member

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    Prime Tyson moved like a Middleweight
    Sparring Hugh Fury in 2013
     
  5. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Tyson Fury is still in training. To see how many Big Macs and cans of lager he can consume in one session.

    He is making good progress.

    He returns to a ring, sometime, never.
     
  6. juppity

    juppity Active Member Full Member

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  7. Farmboxer

    Farmboxer Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    It's very depressing to see Tyson Fury waste away. He could have been champion for years with a lot of work. He had the style to beat Joshua and no problem with Wilder.......................question is: Should boxing fans give up on him? If I don't hear something positive within about a month, I will simply forget he ever existed.................it's such a shame to watch his talent go to waste...............was it drugs?
     
  8. Twentyman

    Twentyman Active Member Full Member

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    It was bipolar mate unfortunately. Mental illness is crippling, even for a 6"9 fighting man and champion of the world.
     
  9. lawslaw

    lawslaw Active Member Full Member

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    You can't blame TFs downfall on being bi-polar, that is just a convenient excuse.

    Being bi-polar does not make you take PEDS, nor fail two other drug tests. There are many people who have exceptionally successful lives and careers who are bi-polar. TF just uses it as an excuse to mask his failed drug tests, hoping for the sympathy vote.
     
  10. Octolony shore

    Octolony shore Active Member Full Member

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    The worst thing to come out of fury not coming back will be his idiot fans claiming him to be the greatest of all time.
     
  11. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia Paul Smith's Highlight Reel Full Member

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    His footwork is excellent there. Switches so seamlessly too, really good to watch
     
  12. Twentyman

    Twentyman Active Member Full Member

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    We do not know if he took PEDS intentionally/knowingly.

    I know someone who killed themselves who was bi-polar. She was 21, beautiful, intelligent, she was going places. She couldn't live with how terrible she felt about herself/her life, wrote a letter to all the special people in her life and topped herself...We can never appreciate what it must be like to live with it. It is not a weakness (or an excuse) in struggling to function with bi-polar.
     
  13. juppity

    juppity Active Member Full Member

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    Bi - Polar is no trivia matter and effects 2 % of the population. It is a very serious
    disease with life long deliberating effects.
    Richie Woodhall Olympic Medalist and BT Pundit gives his view on Fury comeback.
    '' I think if TF is a better boxer than people give him credit for. If he can just retain
    the hunger and i think that's your problem. If he can just retain the hunger he
    had before the Klitschko fight , then we're in business with him. Its the state of the
    mind. I think as a fighter he's a good fighter. TF its a mind issue with him. If we can
    just get him to the stage where he really , really wants it.
    Whether he'll ever get back to that stage because he's climbed that mountain. "
     
  14. juppity

    juppity Active Member Full Member

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    Tyson Fury turned 29 on August 12
     
  15. On The Money

    On The Money Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I think we'll only see Fury back in the ring when his cash runs out. He's a guy that is only motivated when he has to fight to live.
     
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