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Tyson Fury spoke about how tough mixed martial artists are even in boxing gloves when asked about what fighting an MMA fighter will be like.

‘The Gypsy King’ is set to fight former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou on October 28 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Brit will be taking on a man who has been crowned the hardest hitter in all of combat sports.

However, ‘The Predator’ has no professional pugilism experience, and when asked about how a boxing match against an MMA fighter would feel like during an interview with iFL TV, Fury replied:

“I’ve sparred a lot of kickboxers, a lot of MMA fighters over in Holland years ago. None of them were easy victims, not one of them….I’ve sparred all of those kickboxers over there, and all of them could fight. Every single one of them. They were all tough as bricks and all vicious punchers. Never had it easy with any of them. So I’m not expecting an easy fight.”

Tyson Fury is not expecting Francis Ngannou to be a pushover and has given himself a full 12-week training camp to prepare for ‘The Predator’, which is more than he did for Deontay Wilder.

Ngannou will be looking to make history inside the boxing ring in his professional debut.

See the interview below (quotes 8:26 onwards):


Tyson Fury talks about how he deals with online trolls and haters

Tyson Fury is someone who has suffered from depression and considered ending his life. He came back from a very tough time and turned it around for the better.

In a recent interview with boxingkingmedia, he spoke about how he reacts to trolls online and how their opinions mean nothing because they are talking from the safety of their phone or computer:

“The opinions of the mere mortal to an absolute eternal king means nothing to me. I don’t care what Steve from Stevenage says about me, at all. Bill from Balby, six followers on Instagram, ‘Tyson Fury is a s**t boxer.’ Why does that mean anything to me? If I’d have listened to all the naysayers and all the haters all these years, I wouldn’t have even turned pro.”

Tyson Fury has always been very vocal about mental health, especially men’s mental health and does not let the opinions of ‘keyboard warriors’ bother him anymore. He focuses on his craft and shuts them down with his performances inside the ring.

Take a look at the interview:

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