Tyson Fury 'back to reality' as he takes the BINS out in Morecambe home alongside trainer SugarHill Steward
26th April 2022

TYSON FURY is already back doing his dad duties just days after his historic win at Wembley – taking out the bins at his plush Morecambe mansion.

Three days after retaining his WBC heavyweight title with a brutal knockout of Dillian Whyte, The Gypsy King is back doing his chores around the house.




On Monday, Fury shared a clip of himself and head coach Sugar Hill Steward taking the bins out and unloading rubbish onto the back of a truck to his Instagram story.

In the video, Fury said: "So, from 95,000 at Wembley; heavyweight championship of the world to my and Sugar doing the bins.

"Straight back off the motorway on our own getting it done.

"Tip run for us. Get up there, Sugar."

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The video showed renowned coach Steward – the nephew of the great Emanuel – loading a cardboard box full of rubbish onto the back of a dusty van.

Boxing fans were quick to comment, with one saying: "Brilliant Tyson, back to normality"

Another said: "This is reality. Brilliant stuff king."

And another said: "Looks harder work than the fight Saturday night."

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One remarked: "I swear he likes tip runs more than boxing."

Another chimed in: "Got to love this man. Nothing but respect for The Gypsy King!"

Fury will have plenty of time to take out the bins and chip in around the house if he stays true to his apparent retirement.

The 33-year-old teased retirement moments after ending Whyte's world title hopes with a brutal sixth-round knockout.

In his post-fight interview, he said: "You know, I promised my lovely wife that after the Wilder 3 fight, that would be it and I meant it.

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"But I got offered to fight at Wembley at home and I believed I deserved and owed it [to the fans].

"Now it's all done. I have to be a man of my word and I think this is it. This might be the final curtain of the Gypsy King."

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