“I Masturbate Seven Times a Day”: Tyson Fury Reveals His Secret to Boxing Success

“I Masturbate Seven Times a Day”: Tyson Fury Reveals His Secret to Boxing Success

  • WBC heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has revealed the bizarre reason why he has become successful in boxing
  • The undefeated boxer will lock horns with his fellow British fighter Dillian White at Wembley Stadium next month
  • The 33-year-old has not tasted defeat since he started professional boxing in 2008, winning 31 in 32 bouts

WBC heavyweight champions Tyson Fury has disclosed that his illustrious career in boxing is down to 'masturbating seven times a day'.

The 33-year-old British boxer, who is currently preparing to defend his belt against Jamaican-born British boxer Dillian Whyte on April 23.

“I Masturbate Seven Times a Day”: Tyson Fury Reveals His Secret to Boxing Success
The World heavyweight champion has made a bold claim that masturbating is the secret to his boxing success. Credit: @globeecho
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In an interview with the Pat McAfee Show on YouTube ahead of his upcoming at Wembley Stadium, the Gypsy King revealed his secret weapon of knocking out his opponents.

"I put most of my success down to masturbation seven times a day. Right hands and left hands depending on what I feel like," Fury said.

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Fury's Boxing record

Fury made his professional boxing debut in 2008. He holds an astonishing feat in the heavyweight boxing division with 32 bouts, 31 wins and only one draw which came against American boxer Deontay Wilder in 2018

Ghanaian boxer Bukom Banku vows to beat Tyson Fury

Sports Brief earlier reported that Ghanaian boxer, Braimah Kamoko, popularly known as Bukum Banku has vowed he can fight American Deontay Wilder and British pugilist Tyson Fury.

Fury and Wilder completed an epic trilogy last year, with the latter winning two of the three fights to remain the undisputed champion of the heavyweight division.

Meanwhile, Bukom Banku who has an incredible record, having lost only one fight in his career has only one international success to his credit. He defeat Fenec Albert of Hungary in 2019.

Source: SportsBrief.com