Better than Ezhava matrimony is the boxing champion Tyson Fury’s career. Born on August 12th, 1988, this British professional boxer has had a shocking career riddled with challenges and comebacks.
Tyson Fury’s childhood wasn’t like iyer matrimony experiences. His mother went through 14 total pregnancies with only a few of her children surviving. Among them was Tyson Fury. However, it was this sort of experience that got Fury to take up boxing. When he turned 10 years old, he began training in earnest while his father stood as his trainer until 2011.
Soon enough he moved to amateur boxing where he represented both Ireland and England during his career there. In 2006, he won bronze in the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships.
Overall Fury had a great beginning as a junior. He was ranked third in the world of top junior boxers. That being said he had a rough time in 2008 where he was unable to participate in the 2008 Olympics.
That being said, he did win the ABA super-heavyweight title that year before going pro later that year.
Professional Boxing Career
Now as a professional boxer, Fury was 20 and started his career on the 6th of December 2008. He had his first fight soon after that, emerging victorious before being pitted into six more fights over the span of seven months. In each of those fights, Fury won and knocked out each one within the span of 4 rounds.
His efforts were spectacular but not without controversy. In one fight on September 11th, 2009, the referee ruled in favor of Fury winning despite Fury’s poor performance in the ring. That controversy wasn’t settled until the 25th of June 2010 where Fury won outright.
But none were as severe as his fight with Wladimir Klitschko. In July 2015, it was confirmed that Fury would fight Klitschko for that year’s world heavyweight title. In the end Fury won that, however, there was a clause in his contract that required Fury to rematch Klitschko.
This created tension as Fury didn’t want a rematch. This didn’t bode well and so by December, his title was stripped and Fury went through an emotional rollercoaster. Over the span of a year, Fury resorted to drinking and was even caught doping. He also gained a considerable amount of weight.
It seemed like Fury would have been lost to the ages as news outlets and boxing fans were talking about Fury never making it back. All that changed though when Fury announced in January 2018 that he would re-apply for his boxing license.
Needless to say, Fury got it back and even entered some fights before the turn of 2019. From there it leads to Fury fighting Deontay Wilder for a heavyweight championship. This resulted in Fury making a deal with ESPN and soon moving to WWE where he’s been in ever since.
Fury’s career has been a wild ride but now that he is on the up and up, fans are excited to see him back in the ring.
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