Fury’s confession: “I want to quit boxing, but I can’t. I need the help of a psychologist”


WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) has said he can’t retire for fear of going downhill without sports again. According to the Briton, he remains in the pros to maintain his mental health.

“If you ask me: “Why do you box?”, I will not answer, because I have no goals or ambitions to box. I box because I feel like I need boxing to keep my sanity. I fight for survival every day. Without boxing, I don’t know if I can survive. I was on “vacation” for four months and trained at the same time twice a day, seven days a week, ”Tyson admitted.

The Briton said that all this time he was in the camp with Joseph Parker, with Tommy Fury, and “did not stop at all.”

“But I can’t stop training. I am someone who really wants to leave boxing, but I can’t let it all go. That’s why I continue. I train every day, basically twice a day, just for my mental health and well being,” Fury said.

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“I can’t leave. Maybe there is someone, for example, a doctor, a psychologist or someone else, who could really help me, because I think that I will still need psychological help to get rid of this, ”he said.
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Also today, Fury said that the junkie, alcoholic, suicidal returned from retirement. And already allegedly chose an opponent. Not thrilled at all, you know.