The Coronavirus pandemic sinking its teeth into the lives of people has had an effect on that of every single person on the planet. The pressure of staying quarantined at home is getting to everyone. Including the world’s most talented boxing legends like Tyson Fury.
The Coronavirus has resulted in entire cities and countries coming to an abrupt halt. However, The Gypsy King will not let the Covid-19 outbreak triumph against him. At least for the first few days during isolation. Popular MMA Journalist Chamatkar Sandhu has recently posted a video montage of clips from Fury’s life to help lighten the mood for people stuck at home.
— Chamatkar Sandhu (@SandhuMMA) March 22, 2020
The King talks about the quarantine rituals he followed in the first week of the outbreak. Fury on the first day can be seen to be extremely confident about his chances to survive the self-imposed house arrest.
“I’m like a chameleon I can adapt to any situation.”- Tyson Fury on day one feels Sandhu
However, the boredom starts to set and the boxer seems to be feeling the blues. Fury looks to kill the boredom by engaging in activities ranging from calling fellow sporting legends on the phone to m**********g more than half a dozen times a day throughout the week. Therefore it seems like the heavyweight champion is human after all.
The Possibility of Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3?
Tyson Fury successfully produced one of the best boxing performances to annihilate Deontay Wilder in February and became the World Champion once again. The Gypsy King held a dominating presence in the ring dropping his opponent multiple times before Wilder’s side was forced to throw in the towel.
The King had his eyes set on Anthony Joshua as his next opponent. However, that fight will have to be put aside with Wilder invoking his right for a third bout against Fury.
The date and location of the fight remain a mystery. Fury’s promoter Bob Arum claims that the fight will take place in Las Vegas on the 18th of July.
However, according to Frank Warren, Fury’s promoter, the Coronavirus pandemic may derail the fight.
With the decimation of live sports all over the world, one has to rely on video montages such as this for some solace.