Tyson Fury Record
Tyson Fury
The Gypsy King
34 - 0 - 1
United Kingdom
36 years
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Tyson Fury Record
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Tyson Fury Record

35 Francis Ngannou 28-Oct-23 Win SD 10
34 Derek Chisora 03-Dec-22 Win TKO 10
33 Dillian Whyte 23-Apr-22 Win TKO 6
32 Deontay Wilder 09-Oct-21 Win KO 11
31 Deontay Wilder 22-Feb-20 Win TKO 7
30 Otto Wallin 14-Sep-19 Win UD 12
29 Tom Schwarz 15-Jun-19 Win TKO 2
28 Deontay Wilder 01-Dec-18 Draw SD 12
27 Francesco Pianeta 18-Aug-18 Win PTS 10
26 Sefer Seferi 09-Jun-18 Win RTD 4
25 Wladimir Klitschko 28-Nov-15 Win UD 12
24 Christian Hammer 28-Feb-15 Win RTD 8
23 Derek Chisora 29-Nov-14 Win RTD 10
22 Joey Abell 15-Feb-14 Win TKO 4
21 Steve Cunningham 20-Apr-13 Win KO 7
20 Kevin Johnson 01-Dec-12 Win UD 12
19 Vinny Maddalone 07-Jul-12 Win TKO 5
18 Martin Rogan 14-Apr-12 Win TKO 5
17 Neven Pajkić 12-Nov-11 Win TKO 3
16 Nicolai Firtha 18-Sep-11 Win TKO 5
15 Derek Chisora 23-Jul-11 Win UD 12
14 Marcelo Luiz Nascimento 19-Feb-11 Win KO 5
13 Zack Page 19-Dec-10 Win UD 8
12 Rich Power 10-Sep-10 Win PTS 8
11 John McDermott 25-Jun-10 Win TKO 9
10 Hans-Jörg Blasko 05-Mar-10 Win TKO 1
9 Tomas Mrazek 26-Sep-09 Win PTS 6
8 John McDermott 11-Sep-09 Win PTS 10
7 Aleksandrs Selezens 18-Jul-09 Win TKO 3
6 Scott Belshaw 23-May-09 Win TKO 2
5 Matthew Ellis 11-Apr-09 Win KO 1
4 Lee Swaby 14-Mar-09 Win RTD 4
3 Daniil Peretyatko 28-Feb-09 Win RTD 2
2 Marcel Zeller 17-Jan-09 Win TKO 3
1 Béla Gyöngyösi 06-Dec-08 Win TKO 1

Tyson Fury Highlights

Tyson Fury Record

  1. Tyson Fury vs. Wladimir Klitschko (November 28, 2015): This was Fury’s breakout fight, as he defeated Klitschko by unanimous decision to become the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring heavyweight champion.
  2. Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder I (December 1, 2018): In this highly anticipated bout, Fury outboxed Wilder for much of the fight, but was knocked down in the 9th and 12th rounds. The fight was declared a draw, which many people felt Fury should have won.
  3. Tyson Fury vs. Otto Wallin (September 14, 2019): Fury sustained a deep cut above his eye in the third round of this fight, but managed to win by unanimous decision.
  4. Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder II (February 22, 2020): In their highly anticipated rematch, Fury dominated Wilder from start to finish, knocking him down twice before the fight was stopped in the 7th round.
  5. Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua (scheduled for August 14, 2021): This fight was set to determine the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, but was postponed due to contractual disputes. As of now, the fight has not been rescheduled.

Fury’s Biography

Tyson Fury, born on August 12, 1988, is a British professional boxer and one of the most renowned heavyweight champions in the world. He was born and raised in Wythenshawe, Manchester, England, into a family with a strong boxing background. His father, John Fury, was a former professional boxer, and Tyson’s two half-brothers, Tommy and Hughie Fury, are also professional boxers.

Fury’s boxing career began at a young age, and he quickly made a name for himself in the amateur ranks. He won several titles as an amateur, including the ABA heavyweight title, and represented England at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. However, Fury turned professional later that year, forgoing the opportunity to pursue an Olympic medal.

As a professional boxer, Tyson Fury is known for his unique style, combining agility, footwork, and an unorthodox fighting approach for a heavyweight. Standing at 6 feet 9 inches (206 cm) tall, he possesses a significant reach advantage over most of his opponents. Fury’s size and boxing skills earned him the nickname “The Gypsy King.”

In 2015, Fury achieved his greatest triumph when he defeated long-reigning heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko to claim the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring magazine titles. This victory made Fury the first British heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 2003.

However, following his victory over Klitschko, Fury faced numerous personal and mental health challenges that led to a period of inactivity and a hiatus from boxing. He struggled with depression, substance abuse, and weight gain. During this time, he voluntarily relinquished his titles, and his boxing future was uncertain.

After more than two years away from the sport, Fury made a remarkable comeback. He worked on his physical and mental health, losing a significant amount of weight and regaining his focus. In 2018, he returned to the ring and embarked on a path to reclaim his titles.

In December 2018, Fury fought against WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in a highly anticipated bout that ended in a controversial draw. Many boxing fans and pundits believed Fury had done enough to win the fight. Their rematch took place in February 2020, and this time, Fury emerged victorious, defeating Wilder by TKO in the seventh round and capturing the WBC title.

Tyson Fury’s victory over Wilder propelled him to new heights of fame and established him as one of the dominant forces in the heavyweight division. His boxing skills, charisma, and larger-than-life personality have made him a beloved figure among fans worldwide.

Beyond his boxing career, Fury has been open about his struggles with mental health and has become an advocate for mental health awareness. He has spoken candidly about his experiences and aims to inspire and support others facing similar challenges.

Tyson Fury’s story is one of resilience, redemption, and overcoming adversity. His remarkable journey from the depths of despair to the pinnacle of success has made him an inspiration to many, both inside and outside the world of boxing.

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