In 2015, the world watched in awe as Tyson Fury defeated Wladimir Klitschko, marking one of the greatest moments in British boxing history.
Little did the world know, behind the scenes, The Gypsy King was spiralling into a deep state of depression, grappling with alcohol and cocaine abuse, and even experiencing suicidal thoughts.This tumultuous period led him to take a lengthy hiatus from the sport that made him a household name.
As Tyson's weight ballooned, the titles he'd worked tirelessly to earn slipped through his fingers, and it appeared that his boxing career was a thing of the past.
However, against all odds, the determined fighter made a triumphant return to the ring in 2018. Now, at 34 years old, Fury has not only regained his title as the WBC heavyweight champion, but he has also become a champion of a different sort, advocating for mental health awareness.