Tyson Fury’s body transformation over the years has been quite incredible.
He became heavyweight champion of the world in November 2015 when he went to Dusseldorf and shocked everybody by beating Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko.
But after the rematch was cancelled, the Gypsy King battled depression and suffered issues with substance abuse which resulted in a ban from the sport.
His weight then shot up to an unbelievable 27-and-a-half stone and it looked like there would be no way he could ever fight again.
Appearing on The Joe Rogan Experience, Fury reflected on those tough times.
He said: “It wasn’t until after the Klitschko fight – a very massive high – that I had to avert to an even worse low.
“The lowest low that anyone could ever have. I’d wake up and think, ‘Why did I wake up this morning?’
“And this is coming from a man who won everything. Money, fame, glory, titles, a wife, family and kids – everything.
“But I felt as if I had nothing, a gaping hole that was just filled with gloom and doom.”
In 2017, he teamed up with trainer Ben Davidson and began a strenuous exercise programme in order to get back to being fight ready.
The Gypsy King went on to lose an amazing ten stone before making a remarkable comeback to the ring.
Fury made his boxing return with wins against Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta in 2018 but his comeback was capped off by a thrilling draw against Deontay Wilder that same year.
He outboxed Wilder in that bout but he was dropped twice in the ninth round and the 12th to ensure there would be no winner.
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