Lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury appeared on the popular American podcast last week ahead of challenging WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder on December 1st in LA.
Joe Rogan has arguably one of the biggest media platforms in the world at this stage.
Known for his honesty and wide variety of guests, Fury’s podcast with the UFC commentator went down as a huge hit worldwide.
In just a few days the podcast at the time of this article has notched up a staggering 1.4 million views on YouTube alone. Not counting elsewhere on iTunes and so forth.
There has also been over 40,000 ‘Thumbs Up’ as opposed to only ‘750’ Thumbs down at the time of this article, making it one of Rogan’s most popular podcasts yet in that category.
Fury talks about how he overcome his mental health problems and demons as well as a range of other topics in his life:
The feedback thus far to the brutally honest, balls of steel opening up from Fury about his mental health problems and attempt to commit suicide to now losing over 160lbs and transforming himself into a world title challenger once again – has evoked quite the reaction thus far:
It takes leaders to remove the stigma from mental health issues.
— Behindtheshield (@behindts911) October 26, 2018
Quality this 👏👊
— Nathan Gorman (@GormanBoxing) October 26, 2018
@Tyson_Fury is selling this fight in ways Wilder can’t do. Such pureness and charisma – will def watch this fight.
— Albert Ray (@ReadyPlayer4) October 26, 2018
This podcast was gold.
— Kuwaiti Gooner (@Kuwaiti_Gooner) October 26, 2018
Easily one of your best episodes ever @joerogan
— Joe Oliver 💴 (@joeoliver27) October 26, 2018
One of the best Ive seen and Joe U know thats against REALLY REALY High Competition with ur Podcasts.People are Gonna Be Shcoked at the Outcome of this fight,Credit to U both great Stuff,God Bless
— ArjunBGanapathy (@Arjun09476729) October 26, 2018
Goals & Exercise. So easy to slip out the habit of setting and achieving both. A great lesson in self care & how to overcome those low ebbs in life. Noted! Thanks @Tyson_Fury for the honesty & humour
— Stewart (@itsclason) October 26, 2018
Very good listen didn’t want it to end, @Tyson_Fury as someone who has suffered with anxiety this makes me see it in a different light and consider another approach, thank you
— Adam Robinson (@adam_robinson77) October 26, 2018
Only problem was it was not long enough. Could have listened to you two for 3 plus hours. I know you’re both busy. Amazing podcast
— David smith (@Davidsm45537392) October 26, 2018
Love him or hate him @Tyson_Fury is an inspiration to everyone. Iv never wanted someone in any sport or career to so well. You deserve the fucking world pal and that podcast is a game changer for anyone watching 💪🏻 well done on everything in life champ 👑
— Ashy T (@87Majestic) October 26, 2018