Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 is one of the most hotly anticipated rematches in boxing history.
After the controversial split-decision draw in December 2018, Fury has set his sights on knocking out the Bronze Bomber and becoming a two-time world champion on February 22.
But since his professional debut in 2008 Fury has had one of the most colourful careers inside and outside of the ring.
Here, BTSport.com details some of the Gypsy King’s key career stats ahead of his monster rematch with Wilder in Las Vegas.
Tyson Fury: Record
Fury is unbeaten in 30 professional fights, winning 29 and drawing one.
The only blemish on his record came after he was controversially denied a victory over Wilder in 2018.
Tyson Fury: Knockouts
The Gypsy King boasts 20 KOs victories and nine decision wins on his record.
Fury’s most recent knockout victory came when he blew the unheralded German Tom Schwarz away in two rounds in June 2019.
Tyson Fury: Height
Fury stands tall at 6ft 9in (206cm), giving him a considerable reach advantage over Wilder.
Tyson Fury: Reach
The 31-year-old switch-hitter has a reach of 85in (216cm).
Tyson Fury: Weight
Fury infamously ballooned in weight during his hiatus from the sport in 2016 and 2017. He revealed that he incredibly shed nine stone prior to his comeback to the sport.
The former undisputed heavyweight king weighed in at 254.3lbs (18st 1oz) ahead of his last fight against Otto Wallin, the lightest he was weighed-in since 2015 when he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko.
Tyson Fury: Who has he fought?
Fury has victories over Dereck Chisora, Kevin Johnson, Steve Cunningham and Christian Hammer on his record, but his crowning glory was his odds-defying win over the all-conquering Klitschko in November 2015.
He became the WBA, IBF and WBO world champion after being awarded a stunning 115-112, 115-112, 116-111 unanimous decision victory in Dusseldorf.
Tyson Fury: Next fight and future opponents
Fury is gearing up for his mammoth showdown with Wilder on Saturday 22 February, exclusively live on BT Sport Box Office.
The Gyspy King has been linked to a mega-fight with fellow Brit Anthony Joshua but he has previously indicated that 2020 could be his final year in the sport as he is ‘long in the tooth’ for boxing at the age of 31.
Joshua sensationally lost his belts to Andy Ruiz Jr. in New York last year before reclaiming them in Saudi Arabia and a long-awaited domestic unification could happen if Fury claims Wilder’s WBC belt.
Fury could also fight another Brit, Dillian Whyte or former unified cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.
A trilogy against Wilder could also be on the cards if the rematch doesn’t produce a conclusive ending.
Tyson Fury: WWE
Fury’s most recent foray into the squared circle was in WWE rather than boxing. After weeks of build-up on SmackDown and Raw, Fury defeated the 6ft 8in ‘Monster Among Men’ Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel.
Tyson Fury: Autobiography
Fury released a bestselling autobiography entitled ‘Behind the Mask’ last year in which he revealed all about his struggles with depression and his rise to global stardom.
Tyson Fury: Who is the Gypsy King's brother?
Tommy Fury, Tyson’s brother, shot to fame after appearing on Love Island. Tommy, a light heavyweight boxer in his own right, boasts a perfect 3-0 record.
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