Tyson Fury Vows He Has Beaten Depression And In A Better Place
Tyson Fury vows he has beaten the hardest fight of his life, as speculation mounts that a comeback to the sport is imminent. Fury has not boxed since beating Wladimir Klitschko back in November 2015. However this week he has told fans in that a May return to the sport of boxing is what he’s planning.
Tyson Fury has had some early setbacks in his quest to return to the ring this year.
But it looks like he is going to pursue any avenue possible to get a professional boxing license back again. He will be doing so during a time where the heavyweight division seems to have some life back in it again.
New champions such as Joseph Parker and Anthony Joshua have emerged during his absence from boxing.
Other contenders like David Haye have returned to the sport (not forgetting his conqueror Tony Bellew) and other up and coming contenders such as his own cousin Hughie Fury are challenging for a title soon (WBO).
But Fury seems to be adamant that he wants a slice of the action once again. Today on Twitter Tyson Fury vows to his fans:
I’ve moved on from the dark &scary place I’ve been living & if I can beat depression then I can beat anything!
The hardest fight of my life!
— TYSON2FASTFURY (@Tyson_Fury) March 10, 2017
Despite some early hurdles surrounding his comeback to the sport of boxing, many including his uncle and trainer Peter Fury believe his return to the sport is inevitable this year: