Boxing fans worried for Tyson Fury after he was taken out of a pub and collapsed in the street
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Boxing fans worried for Tyson Fury after he was taken out of a pub and collapsed in the street

Boxing fans worried for Tyson Fury after he was taken out of a pub and collapsed in the street

Tyson Fury looked even more damaged as he left the pub.

Boxing fans are worried for Tyson Fury after he was dragged from a pub and collapsed in the street.

Fury, who lost the WBC heavyweight title to Oleksandr Usyk last month, enjoyed a night out on the town last Friday.

However, his condition worsened as video footage shows him being escorted from a bar in Morecambe.

Fury was led away by security, after which he fell and hit his face on the pavement.

It is alleged that he partied with friends and fans at the venue, but his night came to an end when bar staff persuaded him to leave because he was too drunk.

According to the source, Fury hasn’t had a drink in over a year, saying: “He had a few too many and wasn’t feeling too good either.”

The disturbing footage of the 35-year-old caused a storm on social media as fight fans expressed their concerns.

User One X wrote: “We’ve all been there. Stop hating!

The second wrote on Twitter: “Definitely not funny, remember where he was before Wilder.”

A third added: “Despite being a critic of Tyson Fury last year, I really hope he finds some peace and gets out of this dark place again. “Addiction is a brutal thing.”

A fourth said: “I hope he can take the pain away without hurting himself or others! Wish him all the best and hope he gets back up and keeps fighting!”

Another commented: “Oh no. I hope it’s not a relapse. It would be sad for him to go back to where he was after the Klitschko fight.”

Fury suffered a split decision defeat to Usyk in Riyad, Saudi Arabia.

He gave up the WBC title, and the Ukrainian became the undisputed heavyweight champion.

An immediate rematch is scheduled for December 21 in the Middle East.

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Topics: Fan reactions, Boxing, Tyson Fury