Tyson Fury’s father ‘insures testicles for $11m’ – RT Sport News

John Fury, the outspoken father of WBC heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury, claims he insured his testicles for $11 million.

The former bare-knuckle fighter raised three sons who are professional fighters, with Tommy and Roman taking up boxing alongside Tyson.

Despite being 58, John Fury believes he could produce more fighters and claimed he has “insured my nuts for £10 million ($11.05 million).”

“Believe me, there are good things coming out of it,” John Fury claimed to freebets.com

“I’ve got world champion lunatics in these pants, I raise kings I do. Only champions come out of these nuts, it’s proven, isn’t it?

John Fury said he took out the insurance policy after Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder via a stunning seventh-round TKO in a rematch in 2020.

As explained on the YouTube show Behind the Gloves, Tyson Fury thinks his dad was wise in doing so.

“He insured them because that sperm produced the world heavyweight champion and that’s very valuable,” he added. said the 34-year-old.

“So if anything happens to him, even at his age, he could still extract a few champions out of it, so we’ll see.

“Imagine this guy putting a load of swimmers in test tubes and freezing them and selling them, he’s the real half-brother of ‘The Gypsy King’ Tyson Fury the heavyweight champion of the world, that could potentially be our next champion, then it’s worth a fortune” suggested Fury.

“Look at me, I became heavyweight champion, but I never produced a heavyweight champion.”

John Fury has 18 grandchildren and another is on the way after Tommy announced he and his partner are expecting their first child.

Considering the Fury family’s fighting history, a significant number of John Fury’s grandchildren could pick up gloves. Whether they do or not, however, John Fury is already very proud of his sons and their offspring.

“Words cannot express how proud I am of Tyson and Tommy and my whole family. Sometimes I feel like a world champion,” said the Fury patriarch.

After negotiations for a Battle of Britain clash with Anthony Joshua failed, Tyson Fury is currently in the hunt for an opponent and claims to have booked a venue for a clash on November 26 or December 3.

Tyson Fury's father reveals the reason for his son's return to boxing

Attending his brother Roman’s first fight in Doncaster on Saturday, he claimed he had given up hope of Joshua’s fight ever materializing.

“I tried to make this fight for about four years and there was always something that stopped it,” he told Seconds Out.

“If they’re not going to fight, they’re not going to fight, I’m not going to waste any more time.”

Given his past mental health issues, Fury also said he thinks we’ll need “mental help to let go of boxing” when it comes time to retire.

“I box because I feel like I have to box to stay sane. I want to get out of boxing. I can’t let go.

“It scares me to think, ‘How long am I going to have to keep doing this?'” he confessed.

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