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Tyson Fury escorted out of bar by bouncers after ‘a couple too many’ before collapsing

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June 11, 2024

Footage has emerged of boxer Tyson Fury being escorted from a bar by ‘Britain’s bravest bouncers’ before he collapsed outside.

The former heavyweight world champion had reportedly ‘enjoyed one drink too many’ in Nowhere bar in Morecambe on Friday night (June 7), Lancs Live reports. Footage, shared by The Sun, appeared to show The Gypsy King being encouraged to leave the bar by two security staff, who then helped him to the door.

The bouncers led the boxer outside, where he then reportedly collapsed onto the ground and seemingly smacked his head against a nearby lamppost. A source told The Sun: “He had a couple too many and wasn’t feeling too well either.”

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This came after the dad-of-seven was defeated by Oleksandr Usyk last month in Saudi Arabia. He fell to a split decision defeat against the Ukrainian, condemning Fury to the first defeat of his career.

A rematch is already scheduled for December 21 but in the time being, Fury has fully immersed himself in life back in the UK. Just days after the fight, he was pictured at the rubbish tip with his wife Paris, a visit that he had promised.

After the footage emerged from Nowhere bar, one fan wrote on social media: “Tyson Fury not taking his first ever loss well. Former Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury is kicked out of bar in Morecambe for being too drunk.”

Tyson Fury was defeated by Oleksandr Usyk last month

Tyson Fury was defeated by Oleksandr Usyk last month -Credit:Richard Pelham/Getty Images

Another joked: “Can’t tell if he is p***ed or still feeling the effects from Usyk” while a third added: “Usyk must of give him another left hook in the bathroom.”

Fury’s brother Tommy had recently given an update on him. Speaking to iFLTV, he said: “He’s alright, all good, all good. Listen, at the end of the day it was a close fight, I did think Tyson did enough to win it.

“I thought the first half of the fight was a shutout and they picked up a couple of rounds after that, so I thought he won the fight. At the end of the day it’s boxing, decisions happen and he’ll be back for the rematch.”

Away from his heavy night in Morecambe, Fury also chose to travel to Leeds at the weekend to spend time with his wife Paris and his sister-in-law Montana. The former heavyweight champion had a grin on his face whilst posing alongside his family.

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