Tyson Fury cites Rocky as inspiration to get off the mat in the fourth round against Wilder

Tyson Fury Rocky Wilder

Tyson fury tells what he thought about when he was knocked down twice in the fourth round by Deontay Wilder and assures that he was inspired by the teachings of Rocky Balboa. The Briton ended up winning with a tremendous knockout in the eleventh round.

Asked at the post-fight press conference, about what he thought when Wilder landed a good blow to visit the canvas, the King of the Gypsies it was sincere.

“Not much,” he said Fury to the moderator Crystina poncher. “If you go swimming, you will get wet. If you play with fire, you will burn. I’ve had three fights with the strongest puncher in the history of my sport, and of my division. And it connected me. He hit me twice in the fourth round. “

Fury He explains that he never felt wiped out in that fourth round.

“But I never thought, ‘this is over,'” he says. Fury. “I was thinking, ‘Okay, it was a good hit. But I’ll be back with you in a minute. And I did it. I was very conscious. I saw the referee count, “three, four”. And I was always there. He shook me, he threw me, and that’s boxing. “

Tyson fury points out that such is life, and even cited the teachings of Rocky Balboa in the movie.

“And that’s how life is too,” he reflected. Fury. “It’s not about how many times you get knocked down, or how many times you lose or win. It’s about how you can go back, and keep getting up, and keep moving forward. What did you say Rocky, you must keep moving forward in a positive way and keep fighting. Not just in a boxing match, but in life in general because nothing is ever going to be easy. If you want something that is very difficult to achieve, you have to sacrifice, dedicate yourself and keep trying, whatever happens, and never let anyone tell you that you can’t. Because tonight, over and over again, I proved that it is very possible to achieve anything you want, as long as you believe it here (pointed to his head).

Sylvester Stallone aka Rocky congratulated Tyson Fury

The actor Sylvester Stallone time was given between the recordings of the fourth film of the ‘Expendables’ to congratulate the heavyweight champion, Tyson fury, after keeping his belt in front of Deontay Wilder in the third chapter between both boxers.

The interpreter of Rocky uploaded a photo of the English boxer in an outfit similar to that of Apollo Creed next to a message.

“Congratulations to TYSON FURY for that incredible show of strength, guts and VALUE in the championship! Also great respect for Deontay Wilder, who proved to be a warrior! That’s why I love sports so much, “he posted Stallone.

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