FLASHBACK: When Tyson Fury became a stand-up comedian on the BBC
Tyson Fury did his bit for Sport Relief back in 2012 in trying his hand a stand-up comedy.
In the video clip, originally broadcast by the BBC, Fury – along with friends and family, are seen being paid a visit by comic Dan Sloss.
Sloss attempted to help Fury get ready for his big performance, which by memory seemed to go down quite well on the night.
But actual footage of the routine has seemingly dropped off the face of the earth.
WBN originally posted a full-length version of Fury’s gags, although the video has since been discontinued.
BBC Three have also removed the episode from their archives.
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Training for the fight of his life against Deontay Wilder on December 1 in Los Angeles, Fury is grafting hard. The 30 year old is in camp at Big Bear in California.
Going through his daily grind alongside 2016 Olympic silver medallist Joe Joyce, Fury seems to be enjoying his new surroundings.
Wilder holds the WBC heavyweight title. The only belt Fury has failed to win in his career thus far.
The fight is set to be broadcast on Showtime Pay-Per-View.
Wilder vs. Fury tests the raw power of Wilder against the unmatched size and mobility of Fury.
America’s only heavyweight champion since 2007, Wilder has 39 knockouts in 40 professional fights. This includes knockouts in all seven of his title defenses.
Fury is a former IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight world champion. He is undefeated in 27 professional fights and holds boxing’s coveted lineal heavyweight title.
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Tickets are priced starting at $75, plus applicable fees, and are available via AXS.com.