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Tyson Fury revels in a strange medicine ball punishment exercise, demanding to ‘break a fucking rib

‘Break a fucking rib, I like it!’ Tyson Fury revels in a strange punishment training exercise in which his father relentlessly hits him with a medicine ball to the torso.

  • Tyson Fury uploaded a medicine ball punishment exercise to his Instagram account
  • However, the Gypsy King seemed to enjoy the relentless attack they gave him.
  • He demanded that his father ‘break a rib throughout the video


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Tyson Fury isn’t known for being mainstream and he certainly has an alternative way of heading into the weekend compared to most people.

However, it’s that kind of approach that also makes the Gypsy King a boxing champion, having recently defeated Deontay Wilder for the second time to retain the WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles.

Still, you can understand why Fury’s understanding of that ‘Friday sentiment’ isn’t for everyone, as he uploaded a weird and punishing workout exercise on his Instagram account.

Tyson Fury yells at his father John to throw a medicine ball at his torso

Tyson Fury yells at his father John to throw a medicine ball at his torso

Lying on his back, he allows his father John to relentlessly hit a medicine ball on his torso.

To some this sounds like torture, but Fury revels in the exercise as he yells’ break a rib, I like it ‘before continually yelling’ break one ‘as he twists his body so both sides don’t.’ t escape the beating.

The clip gets even weirder when the background music inside the gym features the calming tones of Kings of Leon’s 2008 hit song ‘Use Somebody’.

Wilder uploaded his clip to Instagram and captioned it saying: ‘When you get that feeling from Friday and someone trying to stop it. @gypsyjohnfury #spartans #indefeated #champ. ‘

The training exercise saw Fury revel in the pain, as he demanded that his father 'break a rib'

The training exercise saw Fury revel in the pain, as he demanded that his father 'break a rib'

Fury, though he made sure both sides got the punishment.

Fury, though he made sure both sides got the punishment.

The training exercise saw Fury revel in the pain, as he demanded that his father ‘break a rib’

After his trilogy’s victory over Wilder, the Briton’s next fight could face his compatriot Dillian Whyte.

However, Fury has come under fire from promoter Eddie Hearn for his financial demands before a possible title defense.

Hearn was ‘outraged’ by Fury’s apparent demands for an 80 percent division of the purse to face Whyte.

Hearn and Whyte were confident that the WBC would confirm the Body Snatcher as Fury’s mandatory opponent on Tuesday night at the annual meeting between the IBF, WBA and WBO presidents.

Fury celebrates after winning his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder in October

Fury celebrates after winning his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder in October

Fury celebrates after winning his trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder in October

However, the WBC decided not to order a mandatory heavyweight title fight for his belt due to Whyte’s legal proceedings with the board. As a result, a fight between Whyte and Fury is currently on hold.

Hearn is confident that Whyte will win his legal battle against the WBC, but is concerned that Fury’s financial demands could disrupt his fight plans.

When asked if the portfolio split would prevent the Fury-Whyte fight from happening, Hearn told iFL TV: ‘Possibly. That is almost secondary to the fight that is being ordered.

Fury could now face Dillian Whyte (left), but the Gypsy King's financial demands have 'outraged' promoter Eddie Hearn (right).

Fury could now face Dillian Whyte (left), but the Gypsy King's financial demands have 'outraged' promoter Eddie Hearn (right).

Fury could now face Dillian Whyte (left), but the Gypsy King’s financial demands have ‘outraged’ promoter Eddie Hearn (right).

‘The interim champion can receive up to 45 percent of a split purse and I think it should be towards those kinds of levels.

‘I saw Top Rank talk about 20 percent [at the WBC convention]. That is outrageous, but it is something that should be left to them.

‘The problem is the time. We need to move forward, and it’s getting closer, and I’m sure it will be a fair decision for Dillian Whyte. ‘

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