Tyson Fury in X-rated outburst leaving Ariel Helwani flustered as Gypsy King offers to send reporter 'signed penis' | The Sun

TYSON FURY left Ariel Helwani flustered by promising to send him a signed penis.

Fury was a guest on reporter Helwani's MMA Hour ahead of his crossover clash with ex-UFC champion Francis Ngannou on Saturday.

And he took exception to the host having a signed Ngannou glove on his desk.

Fury said: "I'm pretty p****d though that you've got a Francis Ngannou boxing glove right there but you don't have Tyson Fury anything.

"So f*** you!"

Helwani went onto explain that Ngannou's team had sent him the memorabilia and asked why Fury's hadn't.



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But he responded: "I'm going to send you a massive Tyson Fury signed penis.

"You can put it right on display, right there by your name."

Fury, 35, heads into the bout having already signed to face Oleksandr Usyk, 36, in the heavyweight division's first four-belt unification.

But the Gypsy King fumed at the fight being announced before he shares the ring with Ngannou, 37.

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He said: “It wasn’t my choice. I would never in a million years do that.

"But the people who are putting these fights on, who are paying the money, they’re in control. They’re the promoters of the event.

"So the paymaster does what the paymaster wants, basically. But if it was up to me, I would have never, ever, ever done that. Ever. Because I never count chickens before they hatch. Ever.

“I wasn’t happy at first, for them to announce it, but there was a lot going on in the background.

"For me, I don’t concentrate on any other fight other than Saturday night. What happens in the future stays in the future. I’m living for today and this moment.

"My moment now is to fight Francis for the baddest man on the planet title, and when I’ve won that, only after I’ve won that — I won’t even think about my next until I’ve had a week off and spent some time with my family.

"I’ve been in camp 12 weeks — I’ll think about what’s happening next.”

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