The British professional boxer Tyson Luke Fury and was born on 12th August 1988 in Wythenshaw, Manchester, England. When he was born he a premature baby with only 1lb weight and today is as huge as any fight master of the world. He is the son of the former British Heavyweight ‘Gipsy’ John Fury. His amateur career started in 2006 World Junior Championship and earned the Bronze medal in Morocco. Then in 2007 he won the Gold medal in European Union Junior Championships in Poland and defeated Danil Vlassov. From 2009 he started his professional career English heavyweight title. He has earned his fame by remaining undefeated in a series of wins over several heavyweight champions. He is as tall as 6ft 8 inches.
Tyson Luke Fury Profile and Career Preview
Initially, he was not allowed to fight for Ireland in the Olympic Games, but later he was given a chance due to his family lineage in heavyweight boxing, and he then represented both Ireland and British. As an amateur, he represented both countries in ABA Super Heavyweight title in 2008, and the next year he entered in professional heavyweight fights. Fury warned the winning titles twice in English heavyweight titles also won the Commonwealth, Irish and European title.
In his career, he played for Holy Family Boxing Club which is in Belfast, Northern Ireland and then he shifted to a Club named Smithboro in County Monaghan which is also in Ireland. In double international Fury won both the match in 2007 in Rzeszow and Bialystok. Against US Irish won as fury was representing Ireland during that time. In 2006 he won AIBA Youth World Boxing Championship.
In 2006 he participated in a Senior National championship and was beaten by David Price and then he was representing Jimmy Egan’s Boxing Academy in England. In 2007 he won EU Junior Championship, and after that, he lost to Maxim Babanin in the finals of European Junior Championship. When he was in Junior category, he ranked number three in the world. In Beijing Olympic, he lost the game to David Price. In 2008 he became the national champion in ABA. IN amateur heavyweight boxing he bags 31 wins and only four losses.
In December 2008 against Nottingham, he made his first appearance in a professional heavyweight boxing career. In the first round, he defeated Bela Gyongyosi and here he used both head and body. From then onwards for seven months he had continuous fight for seven months till July 2009. Within 4 round he defeated Scott Belshaw, Lee Swaby, Aleksandrs Selezens, Dannil Peretryako, and MArcel Zeller.
In 2009 he won English heavyweight title against John McDermott without any controversial points. On June 2010 he won two more games against Hans- Joerg Blasko and Tomas Mrazek. This followed another three wins against US fighters like Rick Power and Zack Page in only two matches of 8 round.
In 2011 he faced the undefeated fighter Derek Chisora for both Commonwealth and British heavyweight in London and Fury being younger to him winning both the fights. In the same year, he won over 32-year-old Nicolai Firtha in three very dramatic rounds.
Update and recent news
After several wins and mostly the win in 2015 against Wladimir Klitschko where Wladimir confessed that he was truly comfortable in the ring with Fury, Fury was accused of doping and other drugs intake. Thus, he was out of the ring for two years, and in January 2018, he announced that he would come back to the boxing ring and he had signed a multi-deal contract with Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions. Frank Warren officially announced that both Wilder and Fury would meet each other at the ring very soon in December and all boxing lovers must eagerly wait and grab this opportunity to face them and enjoy every moment of the game.