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Tyson Fury reveals he’s not a fan of YouTube boxing and says he ‘sees real fights at Morecambe boozers’

, Tyson Fury reveals he’s not a fan of YouTube boxing and says he ‘sees real fights at Morecambe boozers’

TYSON FURY says he’s not a fan of YouTube boxing – and has seen better fights down his local pub.

The WBC heavyweight champion has praised the likes of KSI and Jake Paul for their crossover impact on the younger set of fans.

Tyson Fury revealed he is not a fan of YouTube boxing

True Geordie with YouTube boxer KSI

And his younger brother Tommy, 23, still remains linked with a celebrity grudge match against American Paul, 25.

But despite his admiration, Fury has no interest in the influencer fight scene.

He told True Geordie: “I’m busy in training for a real fight so I don’t watch all that YouTube stuff.

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“Not that I’ve got anything against it, I think it’s great for the sport and the people who do it.

“[It’s] great for everybody but it’s not my cup of tea. If I want to see a real fight, I go down to a Morecambe boozer on a Friday night and I watch a fight.”

Fury, 34, returns on December 3 in a trilogy bout against Derek Chisora, 38, the man he beat in 2011 and 2014.

And podcast host True Geordie – real name Brian Davis – criticised the bout, due to the one-sided nature of the first two.

It led to Fury fuming: “No matter what you say, or what people like you want to say, about Derek Chisora, he’s achieved more in boxing and in fighting than 10 man like you could ever achieve.

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“So I’m not just gonna let you sit here and slate somebody whose fought the best fighters of this era just because he’s lost a few fights.”

He then raged: “I think your a t****r you little t**spot and I won’t be doing anymore interviews with you.

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“You little t**spot bearded-bald-headed t****r. Kiss my b***s… You little s**thouse.”

, Tyson Fury reveals he’s not a fan of YouTube boxing and says he ‘sees real fights at Morecambe boozers’True Geordie clashed with Tyson Fury on his podcast

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of learning to box?

You should be aware of the following factors if you are interested in learning how to box:

  • It builds confidence. Learn to box can give you courage to confront bullies or any other person who might bully you.
  • It improves your overall health. Boxing helps build muscle mass. Muscle mass is what makes you stronger.
  • It teaches self defense skills. You learn how fight and how to protect yourself.
  • It improves your mental toughness. You need mental toughness to face difficult situations.
  • You will feel proud of yourself. Once you have mastered a technique, you will feel like a true boxer.
  • It’s fun! It’s fun!
  • It’s cheap. All you need are a pair of punching bags and boxing gloves.
  • It doesn’t take up too much space

How many punches is a human capable of taking?

A punch is defined as “a blow delivered from a fist”. Humans can only withstand one punch at a time. If someone punches you in the face you are being punched. You can’t hit him/her in the back. That would mean two punches.So, technically speaking, humans can only take one punch at a time!

What are the best ways to learn boxing defense from home?

Boxing has been around since the dawn of time. Boxing can also be considered to one of hardest sports to perform. You don’t just punch someone in the face and knock him out. You must be able defend yourself from kicks and punches.

First, find a gym that offers boxing. After you have found a great place to train, you will need gloves and headgear. The gloves protect your hands, while the headgear protects you. Also, you will need to wear shorts with a T-shirt.

Once you’ve gathered all your equipment, it’s time for you to start warming up. You can start slowly and then increase speed gradually. When you feel ready, hit the bag and spar with another boxer. Don’t worry if you miss. Just try again until you nail it.

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Statistics

  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (wikihow.com)
  • You want to be running at roughly 75-80% of your top speed..5 mile slow, easy recovery jog at the end.[6]X Research source 2Mix in long runs, shadow boxing, and short sprints on non-interval days. (wikihow.com)

External Links

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How To

How to box for training

How to box for exercise

You learn boxing to increase your physical fitness and self-confidence. Boxing is the most well-known sport in the world. It requires speed, agility and strength.

Boxing can be a great exercise and a way to improve your self-esteem. You’ll find that you enjoy the activity so much that you’ll want to keep doing it.

There are many kinds of boxing programs. Some programs are offered at local gyms and others at your home. You can also take online courses that allow you access from anywhere in this world.

Be sure to consider your goals when choosing a program. Also, ensure it fits your lifestyle. The best programs focus on exercises that increase muscle mass, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. They also promote overall well being.

It is important to consider whether you would prefer a beginner’s or an advanced course. Beginner’s programs usually teach basic techniques and drills such as shadowboxing, sparring, mitt work, and punching combinations. Advanced programs offer more variety and more complex movements.

Programs for beginners usually last eight weeks and cost less that $100. They don’t offer any advice on nutrition, weight loss or injury prevention.

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Advanced programs generally last around six months and cost approximately $300. They often include nutritional advice, stretching routines, warm-up exercises, and instruction on proper technique. Some programs also include resistance training (e.g. lifting weights) or aerobic conditioning (e.g. running).

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