World Heavyweight Opens up on his Mental Illness


World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury opens on his mental illness. He also admitted taking cocaine as he battles a bipolar disorder. Fury is being treated by a team of Professional doctors for his mental illness.

The 28-year-old Fury pulled out of his proposed rematch with Wladimir Klitschko last month and since then it has been reported that he was tested positive for cocaine.On Monday, Fury backtracked from his pledge to retire from the sport.

Credit: wennermedia
Credit: wennermedia

According to a magazine, which was published on Tuesday, Tyson Fury admitted that he had taken cocaine “in the last few months” and raised a lot of questions about whether he would even live to the end of the year.

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