Tyson Fury shows off incredible body transformation days after becoming WBC champion

Tyson Fury shows off incredible body transformation days after becoming WBC champion

- Tyson Fury was crowned the new WBC boxing heavyweight champion last month after beating Deontay Wilder

- The 31-year-old stopped the Bronze Bomber int he seventh round of their bout at the MGM Arena in las Vegas

- Fury has now shown off his transformed body structure from 2015 when he slid into depression and now

Newly crowned WBC boxing heavyweight champion Tyson Fury showed off his superb body structure on social media.

The Briton rose to become of the most dreaded boxers in the world following his victory over America's Deontay Wilder late last month.

Fury forced the Bronze Bomber to kiss the canvass in the seventh round, while the 34-year-old landed in the hospital after bleeding through his ears during the fight.

The Gypsy King, as he is fondly referred to as been knocking on the WBC title as he dragged Wilder to 12th round in their initial fight. He, however, made a statement in Las Vegas in February.

Days after his triumph in the ring, the British born fighter shared with his fans how much progress he has made with his body structure. He also appreciated his fans on the platform.

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Fury's victory at the MGM Grand Arena was the first time the Briton would wear a title since he defeated Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.

Shortly after his famous win five years back, the boxer slid into depression thereby causing him to add about 28 stones in weight.

He also got addicted to alcohol while suicidal thoughts took over him, and he was mandated to give up his titles after failing substance tests.

The 31-year-old however made up his mind to regain his heavyweight status by fighting the American knockout specialist for the WBC belt.

Daily Mail reported that Fury weighed 378lbs before facing off with Wilder, but he was able to shed most of the fat through a hectic training regime.

The publication added that the Briton was able to lose 10 stone after which he laid his hands on his first title in a long while. He remains unbeaten in his career

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Tyson Fury has again come atop the pile as he was named best boxer in the heavyweight division following his stunner against Deontay Wilder at Las Vegas.

The Gypsy King totally outboxed the American in the top showdown that went down the lane to become the new WBC champion of the world.

Held at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena, Fury recorded an emphatic seventh-round stoppage over Deontay, leaving the American at the mercy of his corner who had to throw the towel.

Source: Yen

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