Tyson Fury might be known as an intimidating world champion. However, those who know him are aware of his softer side.
A family man with six children, Fury is revered for his devotion to his wife Paris and their growing brood.
Tyson Fury – pink bike
For those reasons, the Fury pink bike clip with his child on the back is undoubtedly one of the most-viewed videos posted on the World Boxing News YouTube.
The video has been shared on many other platforms and taken without permission.
‘Tyson Fury having some family time riding a bike between camp sessions’ from January 2014 has been viewed millions of times. WBN has seen just a fraction of this due to a copyright issue.
The trouble is, opportunists rip the video off the WBN channel. Then. Major news outlets in the UK subsequently used the clip.
WBN ripped off
WBN reported the thieves. YouTube acted to block others from using it. WBN is hopefully now the only place to view the clip.
It has over 68,000 watches to date. However, far less than it should be.
Fury enjoyed some time off camp with his children in tow. He chilled out alongside his wife, Paris, who was also on a bicycle.
The clip, taken by Peter Fury exclusively for World Boxing News, was filmed in Cannes. Fury regularly used the city for camps back in the day.
Holding close ties, Team Fury used the WBN YouTube channel between 2012 and 2014 for their training and family videos before launching their video avenues.
The end of the collaboration came just before Fury hit the big time and defeated Wladimir Klitschko.
Fury reality show on WBN
As you can see on the WBN YouTube Channel, Fury and several of his family members took part in what was the early beginnings of a reality show.
There’s plenty of content to view, from Fury training on the beach to spending quality time with his kids. It’s fascinating stuff.
Other videos include an ultra-slim Fury calling out the winner of David Haye v Dereck Chisora and deadlifting 250kg. Plus body sparring cousin Hughie.
Of course, the now infamous ‘riding a pink bike’ clip got pilfered by national British media outlets in 2017 despite being three years old.
Furthermore, the body sparring video mentioned above and visible on the page is the most-viewed YouTube clip on the channel right now.