Former heavyweight champion Tyson Fury reveals all about problems with UKAD and reacts to Dereck Chisora loss.
Tyson Fury was in Monte Carlo this weekend watching former opponent Dereck Chisora drop a decision loss in his challenge for the European heavyweight title.
Fury was honest in his assessment of what he saw afterwards speaking to Kugan Cassius of IFL TV – whom he told he thought Chisora could have come in at least a stone lighter and in better shape.
He mentioned that Chisora weighed 115kg but in his opinion should have come in lighter:
“Del should have been tonight 108kg.”
Fury is now in the beginning stages of trying to get back into the gym again to begin the weight losing process before attempting to get back into a fight camp in the new year.
He has said that he will train during Christmas this year.
Earlier in 2017 Fury was training in Marbella in Spain but ongoing trouble and cases with UKAD kept leaving him in the dark as to when he will be able to return to boxing.
This now seems to be finally coming to a conclusion however.
Speaking to Kugan Cassius of IFL TV YouTube (hat tip) Fury opened up about the drug allegations he has faced and his woes that have stopped him returning before now in a stellar insight into everything that has gone on: