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Tyson Fury compared to WWE legend and 80s pop star as he reveals 'new style'


FANS were torn between a WWE legend and an iconic 80s pop star when trying to work out who Tyson Fury resembled in his “new style”.

The Gypsy King will take on Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight crown in Saudi Arabia on Saturday night.

Tyson Fury revealed his 'new style' ahead of this Saturday's fight


Tyson Fury revealed his ‘new style’ ahead of this Saturday’s fightCredit: PA
The star donned a pair of bright trousers, a black vest shirt and dark hat yesterday


The star donned a pair of bright trousers, a black vest shirt and dark hat yesterdayCredit: Getty
Some fans thought he looked remarkably similar to WWE star The Undertaker


Some fans thought he looked remarkably similar to WWE star The UndertakerCredit: World Wrestling Entertainment Inc
Others even compared him to 80s pop star Boy George


Others even compared him to 80s pop star Boy GeorgeCredit: Getty

Tempers have already boiled over when the WBC champ’s father HEADBUTTED Stanislav Stepchuk – a member of the other fight team – this week in the build-up to the fight.

That led to Usyk warning Fury and his dad John that his secret army of gun-and-knife trained soldiers will not stand for another assault.

However, the 35-year-old Brit appeared to be more worried about how he looked as he rocked up to the Grand Arrivals event last night.

Fury was firstly seen jiving into the event wearing a pair of jazzy trousers, along with a black vest jacket and a dark hat. 

“He looks like the Undertaker,” declared one viewer on social media upon seeing his outfit, comparing him to the WWE wrestling icon.

While another asked: “Why is he dressed like Boy George?”

Although most agreed that “this is a new style”, many were a big fan of the star’s attire.

One fan wrote: “Tyson’s swag and that hat, a grand entrance dance, a showman’s heart! Fury’s flair, a knockout start!”


While a fourth fifth added: “Oh, the shimmy and that hat, Tyson’s swagger lights the path! His grand arrival, a dance of joy, a moment we’ll forever enjoy!”

His dad’s fuse appeared to be lit by Usyk’s team chanting for their man at the sorry scenes earlier in the week at the Hilton Hotel in Saudi.

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A Sky Sports interviewer asked Fury last night: “This chanting has now become a thing, they obviously feel that they might not be able to intimidate you but can perhaps make some noise around your camp. Is this making any difference at all?”

Fury, still wearing his black hat, mockingly said: “Nervous. Shaking. Terrified.”

He was then asked whether he would concede if he had any nerves.

That led to the 6ft 9in fighter replying: “I’m absolutely bricking it. I can barely stand up.”

He then finished off his answer by shouting “Usyk” followed by a mocking scared scream.

John, who was left with a bloodied forehead, broke his silence over the headbutting incident and tried to justify it by insisting “I’m a warrior, that’s what we do”.


He said: “[They] disrespected my son, the best heavyweight to ever wear a pair of boxing gloves.

“Coming out with all that rubbish. He’s in my face, trying to be clever.

“Coming into my space, ‘Usyk, Usyk’, nobody’s bothering with them. I was only chanting my own son’s name.

“They stepped closer, stepped closer. So I’m a warrior at the end of the day, that’s what we do.

“We’re fighting people, you come in the space, you’re gonna get what’s coming.”

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