Tyson Fury has been at it again and didn’t hold anything back in his latest interview with BoxNation’s Kugan Cassius.
In the interview filmed in Quebec, Canada by Cassius for IFL TV, Fury seemed pissed off with the world as he spoke candidly about his past and future career.
Fresh from a two-year ban handed down by the UK Anti-Doping Agency, Fury went on the warpath giving Eddie Hearn and several potential opponents more than their fair share of criticism.
Almost every question asked by Cassius was met with a negative answer, leaving pondering in the aftermath regarding Fury’s mental state.
The British Boxing Board of Control, who were mentioned in the 30-plus minute chat, have already stated they desire to assess Fury’s mind before he returns, although the former heavyweight king stated he may not even re-apply for license with the UK outfit.
Fury said he would box under whatever banner offered him the most money and clarified his stance on recreational drugs, which he took in abundance during his time out of the ring.
Regarding the UKAD ban, which was backdated to allow Fury to fight now, the 29 year-old said he didn’t plan on boxing for those two years anyway – rendering the punishment received as redundant.
‘2 Fast’ flew across the Atlantic to cheer on big pal Billy Joe Saunders who defends his WBO middleweight belt against David Lemieux on Saturday night at Place Bell.