Deontay Wilder and Tyson fury They are two monsters, they are scary, but according to their antecedents not only does boxing unite them, Wilder and Fury depression unites them. Their physiques are impressive, they have been built in the gym, but their weakness is in the mind.
Deontay Wilder and his suicide attacks
It is not a secret, it is known that Wilder he was on the verge of suicide when he was just 19 years old. At what point do you think about ending your life? Surely we have all gone through complicated moments and in the mind they have been formulated: what do I have to do to end the problems?
Deontay Wilder He asked himself that question at 19 years old, he was not yet in the world of boxing, but he had become a father, his daughter was born with a disability and he had to pay all the bills. “You barely make ends meet and you barely have money in your hands. You are paying check by check. I’ve done it, I’ve been there, I know what it feels like ”.
In 2005, the man of more than two meters showed his weakness. He lost his family, he had many debts and little money, there was no way out. So he took a gun, he was ready to commit suicide. Then he came in memory of his daughter, he thought that having a disability needed more love and decided to focus.
“Those thoughts come to your head when you are going through some kind of depression or different things in your life. You think the only way to end it is by ending your life. You don’t think of anyone else, only you, ”he reflected.
Boxing taught him a lesson: get in the ring, fall, get up, and carry on.
Tyson Fury, lessons to survive
He likes to play with his opponents, he is macabre, conceited, but all that helps to survive, to live with depression. Fury He drinks beer like water, he doesn’t do anything to it, or so he thinks, because two liters a day is outrageous for an athlete of his stature.
In 2015, he defeated the Ukrainian Vladimir Klitschko, won the titles of the World Boxing Association (WBA), the International Boxing Organization (OIB) and the International Boxing Federation, FIB). It was the worst thing that could happen to him, he ‘got on it’, he lost his head and fell into excesses.
He weighed 180 kilos, used cocaine, drank a lot of beer and spent his time watching Manchester United games.
He also thought about death, bought a Ferrari, accelerated to 300 km / h, was going directly against a bridge and suddenly reacted, avoided the blow and looked for his family. He returned to boxing and surprised everyone by getting a draw against Wilder.
A whole life story, although they say that when he wins he celebrates with cocaine and prostitutes.
Before the trilogy there is something clear: a Wilder and Fury unites them from depression.
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