Tyson Fury’s behavior during lat year perplexed whole the world: unexpected elements of aggression became an alarm not only for the fans but also to the Fury’s managers. It’s obviously that the boxer is going through a difficult life period, his mental problems become obvious. Moreover, they are complicated by taking drugs, and it is a very dangerous thing for Tyson Fury as a professional athlet.
Since dethroning Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf last November, the Briton has resembled a runaway lorry – smashing through road blocks and red lights, with well-meaning people frantically waving warning flags, and only slowing down to shout obscenities and honk his horn, the louder the better.
But that can happen when your mind is scrambled and you don’t know what’s what: you might be in the driver’s seat but your hands aren’t on the wheel, your feet are up on the dashboard and there’s a brick on the accelerator pedal.
Another way of looking at it is that Fury’s crash actually came on that fateful night in Germany and he has been spewing smoke ever since. The morning after the Englishman’s stunning upset of Klitschko and his acquisition of the WBA, IBF and WBO belts, he admitted he might struggle to cope.
Tyson Fury: drug problem is obviuos now
Fury has been accused of using the performance-enhancing substance nandrolone, and most recently, cocaine. And then, as always, there have been the tweets, ranging from profane rants to impromptu rap videos to a recent Photoshopped image of himself sitting behind a mountain of Scarface-worthy coke to, in the past 24 hours, an announcement of his retirement followed by an immediate retraction, both of which made worldwide headlines:
“Hahahaha u think you will get rid of the GYPSYKING that easy!!! I’m here to stay.”