Tyson Fury to relocate to LA after fight with Wladimir Klitschko


Tyson Fury has officially revealed that he will relocate to Los Angeles, United States after his upcoming encounter with the Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko in Manchester on July 9. According to Fury, he doesn’t feel safe in Great Britain since the country has not accepted him much.

At a joint fiery press conference at the Manchester Arena on Wednesday, the 27-year old Fury revealed to the media that his hopes to retain the titles seem to be bleak since he couldn’t beat a fat man.

Fury, who recently created a string of controversial comments on homosexuality and abortion, believes he is treated like a puppet in his own country and deserves better. He expects that United States will provide much better treatment that what he is getting from his home country.

Responding angrily, Fury revealed to British reports that he is not accepted in this country and he will remain the same for years to come, whichever title he earns. Since he is the champion, relocating to America will be a better option and will provide a better life, adds Fury.


Just ahead of the upcoming summer world heavyweight championship rematch with Fury, Wladimir Klitschko, posted an image wearing No 1 Manchester City light blue shirt on Instagram followed by the message “The @mcfcofficial squad put me in their top spot. Thanks for the support!”.

After Klitschko criticised Fury’s controversial views on homosexuality, Fury countered back with a flurry of foul-mouthed put-me-downs aimed at his veteran opponent.

Interestingly, at the recent presser, Tyson Fury removed his T-shirt, turned to Wladimir Klitschko, pointed to his fat belly and screamed loud – Shame on you, you let a fat man beat you. But Klitschko was seen quiet, sometimes shaking his head at what he was hearing.

That being said, the Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko is still unable to believe his nine-year reign as world heavyweight champion ended at the hands of Fury as a result of a unanimous decision in Germany in November 2015.

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