The father of Tyson fury ensures that when his son retires from professional boxing he will try his hand at mixed martial arts (MMA).
“With the right training, he does very well,” he said. John fury in interview for Joe about your child’s ability Tyson for mixed martial arts. “I’ve seen him excel in different sports, like wrestling. I have an idea who it would be Tyson (in the MMA) from that. And he likes to get involved, and I know what he’s like since he was a kid. You can use more than your hands, believe it or not. And it’s fast and light on your feet. Your balance is good. I think if you hire a coach from MMA I could do great things with it. Ask to Darren till (fighter of UFC), he has done the work with him ”.
Similarly, he assured that the British boxer knows how to defend himself with his elbows and knees. And that he would surprise everyone with a great workout.
“He’s got a good blow to his forearm and all that kind of stuff,” he explained. “The knees go up, the head goes in, the elbows. I’ve seen him do it outside of boxing. I’ve seen him fight from a distance. I know what he’s capable of, and with the right training, he could do that. “
The father of Tyson fury He believes that entering a sport other than boxing, such as mixed martial arts, would be a great motivation for him.
“I think the harder it gets to Tyson, he likes more ”, he pointed out John fury. “He brings what we call something different to his work. It gives you more goals to achieve and more things to look at and tackle. And I think that’s what you want Tyson. And when he finally retires from boxing, he’s probably going to go to that and he’s probably going back to boxing, whatever he does. But he will get involved in that, you’ll see. “
Tyson Fury has already flirted with MMA
After his passage as a guest in the Wwe in 2019 at the event called Crown jewel, Tyson Fury had a confrontation with the fighter Braun strowman, whom he beat with a good blow and left a good taste in the mouths of the fans.
This is because he went to train at the Performance Center of the Wwe on Orlando, where they taught him the grabs, the kicks, among other luchistic movements, which he made a show of above the ring.
At the end of that function, the Gypsy king He assured that he would be interested in going up to an octagon and trying the MMA.
“I come from a long line of bare-knuckle boxing champions,” he said. “Getting hurt, getting bloody. You saw my last fight, blood everywhere! Nothing new for me Everything is part of my heritage and upbringing. So, I would love to go in and crush someone, “he said.