Tyson Fury's father believes that his son will not be able to get in shape by February 17th

Boxing News 22 nov 2023, 14:21
Tyson Fury's father believes that his son will not be able to get in shape by February 17th Tyson Fury's father believes that his son will not be able to get in shape by February 17th

Tyson Fury's father, John, believes that his son may not be able to attain the necessary form by February 17th, as reported by Metro.co.uk.

John is concerned about his son's condition and, in his opinion, something has gone wrong.

"February 17th is the date they should be working towards. But, in my opinion, Tyson needs a bit more time to get into the right shape and weight. It seemed he lost about 9 kg of muscle mass. Something went wrong," says Fury senior.

In his recent fights, he noticed a decline in Tyson. Not a loss of skills, but a decrease in strength, power, and physical condition. John doesn't know what they are doing there, but they need to figure it out. Tyson wasn't himself in the fight against Ngannou in Saudi Arabia.

"Everything changed in him – behavior, body. I was shocked. He said he was training, but training sessions can be different. If you move at your own pace - no one will say a bad word to you, no one will insult you or push you in the ass," says Tyson's father.

According to him, no one can teach Tyson to box or teach him more than he knows. All they can do is build muscles and make his body strong. Fury senior has seen him both slim and smooth. He should be a bit heavier with more muscle mass. John adds that Tyson is a giant guy. He needs to strengthen his body. The only way to do it is the right course. It takes time, and there isn't any.

The bout for the title of the undisputed heavyweight world champion will take place on February 17th in Saudi Arabia.

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