Friday, 4 December 2015

Tyson Fury Net Worth And Fight Career Pay Days

Tyson Fury - Financial Net Worth 

Tyson Fury is one of the best heavyweights in the world at the moment. In 2013 not many boxing experts took Tyson Fury seriously. Several however did and those experts included the late, great, Emmanuel Steward. Tyson Fury as of December 2015 now sits on the top of the Heavyweight division and on top of boxing. His charisma is attracting media attention across the world and he’s developing a huge fan base, also outside of the UK.


Fury’s purse was around 4 million pounds for the Klitschko bout last month. Fury won the bout by unanimous decision, shocking the world and boxing experts across the globe. Fury now holds the WBA, IBF and WBO Heavyweight championships of the world. Apart from the massive sanctioning fees, which are incurred by unified champions, Team Fury are now set for some massive pay days.

Fury can now command 2-3 million pounds per fight, against mediocre opponents. HBO were impressed by his performance against Wlad and every big name in America and Europe has called Fury out. These include David Haye, who simply won’t get the fight, after he withdrew twice for a fight between them in the past.


When Fury first came into month he was involved in some solid spending, driving flash cars and things like that, however he’s matured as a person. He’s been off alcohol and he has also been staying in budget motels for his holiday, after celebrating becoming the Heavyweight champion of the world.


Fury's current net worth is at around 10M pounds, however with several successful title defenses that will jump quickly. His rematch with Klitschko will likely earn Fury close to that figure in one bout. So his net worth will be doubled from just one bout. Potential bouts with Deontay Wilder would be huge and probably the biggest money 

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