Boxing careers are perhaps a bit like life for the brave protagonists that step between the ropes.
Each has a start, beginning and an end.
WBC and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury added a special chapter to his boxing story this past weekend.
A conclusive knockout of long-time competitor Deontay Wilder solidified Fury as the best heavyweight of this era.
But when all is said and done, history, and time will show, he stood for a lot more.
With the effects of a world pandemic the last couple of years clear, perhaps the unspoken pandemic of the world mental health problems it has caused, which has been far worse than the problem itself, has not been highlighted as much.
Tyson Fury is a fighter and human being who came back from things that very few could. Many forget where he was just a few years ago.
Where he is today is night and day and he knows for the rest of his life that his unbreakable faith in Jesus Christ and daily exercise, every day, for the rest of his life, is how he stays well.
Nothing else works he has found.
Following his big win Fury posted the following on the genesis of the comeback.
In the beginning.
To where he is now.
Considering the weight loss and comeback from alcohol and substance abuse, as well as depression, it is immense to say the least:
What a fight this past weekend.
Credit to both boxers.
One of the great heavyweight fights in boxing history.
No doubt about it.