Tyson Fury Escorted From Morecambe Bar After Drinking Incident

Photo: Instagram/Tyson Fury

Footage has surfaced of Tyson Fury being escorted out of a Morecambe bar after reportedly having "one drink too many." The heavyweight boxing star was seen being led out by two security staff at Nowhere bar, with social media users calling the bouncers "Britain's bravest."

The video showed the 35-year-old boxer stumbling and collapsing on the street. According to The Sun, Fury had been partying with friends and fans in his hometown. Security asked him to leave as he was deemed too intoxicated.

A source close to Fury mentioned, "He had a couple too many and wasn’t feeling too well either." This night out came weeks after Fury's first-ever defeat by Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk, where he lost his WBC belt in a split decision.

Photo: Instagram/Tyson Fury

Fury has activated a rematch clause, with the next fight set for December 21. After his loss, Fury stated he planned to relax with his family and "drink a few beers" before the rematch.

DJ Scott Shearing defended Fury on social media, saying, "The man is a legend, multi-millionaire, and yet he is just like you or me. He goes out shopping, to the pub, and maybe gets drunk just like you too." Shearing praised Fury for always obliging fans' requests for photos and highlighted his generosity and love for Morecambe.

Fury has been open about his mental health struggles, which were prominent after he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. He took a two-year break from boxing, during which he dealt with significant personal issues.

Despite reports of giving up alcohol for his well-being, Fury has had other incidents involving drinking, such as a big night out in Melbourne last May. Recently, he admitted to boozing and "eating s***" after narrowly beating former UFC champion Francis Ngannou in October.

Fury's public life continues to draw attention, but his achievements in boxing and his connection to Morecambe are undeniable.

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Source: Daily Mail 


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