Tyson Fury has finished his stay-at-home workout after eleven weeks of daily sessions.
The WBC heavyweight champion ran entertaining live streams six days per week throughout the coronavirus lockdown, but today decided he’d had enough and called it quits.
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Fury initially intended to end the routine on Monday as he’s now returned to more regular boxing training.
As he began his session on Wednesday, Tyson declared: “I just wanna lay on the floor. I can’t be bothered training anymore, I give up.”
His wife Paris replied: “Get up, you are not motivating the nation…
“We all know that women are stronger than men anyway, so you go and have yourself a cup of tea and a doughnut, and I’ll do it.”
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Tyson decided: “I’m gonna go for a run, I can’t do this anymore.
“People, thank you very much, goodnight, God bless you, I’ve gotta hit the road, I’ve gotta lose some poundage.”
An irritated Paris asked: “How can you just quit the workout?”
Tyson responded: “I quit it on Monday, that was enough, the lockdown’s finished.”
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Paris persisted: “Oh, is that your apology to the nation?”
But Tyson stood firm: “There’s no apology needed, I said it was during lockdown, everyone’s gone back to work, normal things are happening, that’s it, done. But you can continue.”
Paris said: “I’m not continuing on my own like a daft t**t.”
Fury headed out the door
Tyson then slammed the door and Paris shouted after him: “You’re an a***hole.
“People, this is what you’re dealing with, a stubborn, 30-year-old man-child stuck in the house with you.”
Fury will now prepare for his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder, planned for the end of this year.
After that, he has agreed to two bouts with Anthony Joshua in 2021.