Being someone who beats up people for a living, Tyson Fury may seem scary, but that is not necessarily the case.
While promoting his upcoming Netflix show, ‘At Home With the Furys’, ‘The Gypsy King’ explained how he would deal with someone who stole money from him and his answer was typically unpredictable.
Speaking to The Guardian at his home in Morecambe, while cameras are about the place filming, Fury was asked by a TV producer, what he would do if the journalist interviewing him stole a tenner that was lying on a table near them.
“I’d take Tim outside,” Tyson replied.
Before continuing: “and say, here, have £200 because you obviously need the money if you’re doing things like that.”
Later on in the interview, the WBC king was talking about the household chores for which he is responsible, and it can be a lot considering he has six children.
But, it seems he enjoys keeping busy, as he joked: “If you took all these jobs away, what would I be doing?
“Sat upstairs w***ing myself silly?”
This did not go down well with his wife Paris, however, who said: “Talk about lowering the tone…”
With that being said, Fury did also discuss some more serious topics, such as his well-publicised mental health issues. “I’ve been very open about my mental health, for people to take notes and learn from my mistakes.
“And I believe I’ve saved a lot of lives by doing so, so I’ll continue to talk about it daily.”
Paris continued: “I don’t think mental health is ever cured, is it?
“It can’t be just solved and switched off and put in a cupboard. It’s got to be continued with.
“So that’s what we do on a daily basis, and you can see how we go through life with Tyson’s issues, which are a lot less than they used to be, admittedly.”
Although Tyson added: “I don’t know.”