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Tyson Fury keeping his tackle in his pants in Las Vegas despite masturbating SEVEN times a day before 2020 Wilder KO

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TYSON FURY is keeping his tackle in his pants for his must-win trilogy with rock-hard Deontay Wilder.

The 33-year-old WBC heavyweight king already has six children with beautiful wife Paris and made wild claims about pleasuring himself seven-times-a-day before the February 2020 masterclass over the American.

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Tyson Fury says he ISN’T masturbating this time before fighting Deontay Wilder[/caption]

But, back in Sin City, the Las Vegas sensation insists his punch-perfect pecker is not allowed out to play on the iconic strip

“My d*** will be in my pants,” the Gypsy King laughed. “It’s in there more or less full-time anyway but it might be coming out after the fight.

“I don’t believe in sex before a training camp, I am an old school fighter and I like to keep nice and strong, keep it all in the tank and then take it all out on the night,

“I’m not relieving myself once a week – let alone once or seven times a day.

“I don’t even remember when I had my last w***!”

Fury’s money shot should have been the £200million undisputed showdown with Anthony Joshua, the Saudi-funded biggest fight in British boxing history.

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But AJ, 31, lost his mandatory defence to exquisite Ukraine southpaw Oleksandr Usyk last month, blowing the dream bout to pieces.

And, despite being effusive with praise for the Watford ace and supporting his latest comeback, the champ is clearly fuming his compatriot ballsed up.

“It’s not just one loss, he’s now been knocked out and he’s been beaten on points,” Fury recalled of his 2019 KO loss to Andy Ruiz Jr.

“All these fights, they’re all big fights. If I fight you in a pay-per-view fight, people are still going to want to see what the Gypsy King is going to do. It’s the Tyson Fury roadshow. Always has been, always will be.

“I’ve no interest in other people. I’ve no interest in Joshua’s, anyone out there in the division I don’t care about. You know why? Because I’ve got Deontay Wilder to care about.

“Since I beat Deontay Wilder, he’s been a bum and it’s ‘Oh he’s s***, Deontay Wilder is a bum, he was never any good, he can’t box, cliche s***e’. Same with Klitschko.

“Before I beat Klitschko he was one of the greatest heavyweights of all time, after I beat him he was just another bum and it was, ‘Oh he was crap, he was too old’. I don’t make those mistakes.

“I don’t underestimate anybody. Especially not someone like him. He has got a point to prove. Out of all the fights I’ve ever had, this is the one I want to win the most. This one.”

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I don’t want to challenge him when he’s at his lowest and stick a few more knives in him and make him feel even worse.


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In the bowels of Tottenham stadium on the morning after his unanimous points loss to the former undisputed cruiserweight king, AJ snapped up a rematch.

But the Brit icon also pitched the fight with Fury, despite his dramatic loss of the WBA, IBF and WBO world titles.

But the undefeated Morecambe sensation has not heard anything serious from Team AJ and doesn’t want to boot him while he’s at rock bottom.

“I’ve not heard anything from anybody becauseI keep my own business to myself,” he said.

“But let’s just say, if it was me who lost to a cruiserweight then they would have been kicking me in the bollocks left, right and centre. Tell the truth.

“Every man here knows that I’d have been written off. It doesn’t really annoy me because I’m not a follower.

“I don’t like to kick a man when he is down, I want to kick a man when he is flying in the sky and everything is rolling for him. Then I want to challenge him.

“I don’t want to challenge him when he’s at his lowest and stick a few more knives in him and make him feel even worse. I’ve got nothing bad to say about Joshua.

“His business is his business. He had to take care of it and he couldn’t and that’s his problem. In this game, landscapes change all the time.

“Wladimir Klitschko was supposed to be an easy victory against me, just a picked bum basically.

“You can’t help what happens in boxing. You have some fights, you win some and you lose some. That is all it is. There is always going to be someone out there better than you on the night. That’s a fact.”

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Tyson Fury will fight Deontay Wilder for a third time – and hoping he can repeat his stunning February 2020 staoppage win[/caption]



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