BT SPORT have launched a new documentary about Tyson Fury’s epic trilogy with Deontay Wilder.
The show shares the entire timeline of the pair’s affair, from Fury shedding several stone in weight to the moment he knocked out the Bronze Bomber.
Tyson Fury is interviewed for the new documentary
Father John Fury also shares his thoughts on the trilogy
The premature birth of Fury’s daughter Athena also features
Footage from Deontay Wilder’s last training camp is shown
It includes the moment the pair came face to face for the first time on camera after Wilder’s fight against Artur Szpilka at the Barclays Center in New York in 2016.
And it includes new interviews with The Gypsy King and his father John, as well as Steve Bunce and other boxing experts.
There is also never-before-seen footage of the build-up to the three fights, with Fury and his dad also describing the torture of daughter Athena’s premature birth in August.
Athena was born just a few weeks before Fury’s training camp was set to start ahead of his third and final bout with Wilder.
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But in the documentary Fury still describes his preparation as the best ever, and it translated into one of the all-time greatest heavyweight clashes.
John was fearful his son would not be ready to face Wilder after suffering from Covid twice and having to sleep in the hospital as he waited for his daughter to get better.
He even described the decision to take the third fight as “suicide”, saying Fury could not even complete a three-mile run.
But Fury did win and in style, picking himself up off the canvas twice before delivering the knock-out blow in the 11th round.
The Gypsy King is now preparing for his second world title defence against IBF mandatory Dillian Whyte.
Tickets for the clash sold out in 90 minutes with Wembley set to be packed to the rafters.
The all-British showdown takes place on April 23, St George’s Day.