Tyson Fury’s pet hate down the pub annoys him – but he loves embarrassing pals

Nothing in this world irritates Tyson Fury more than a friend who purposely tries to avoid paying for a round of drinks at the pub when it is their turn.

That's what the British heavyweight boxer told Gary Neville when asked that very question.

He was appearing on the former Manchester United star's YouTube channel The Overlap to promote his upcoming trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder next month.

On the show, Neville asks the same 10 questions of each of his guests, and it was one of these questions which sparked a hilarious description of what annoys Fury the most in the world.

"Do you know when you go out with your mates, and someone dodges a round?" he said.

"Say there's seven or eight of you, and everyone knows who's round it is even if you've had a few, and that person isn't getting a round in. That's the most annoying thing to me in the world."

"How do you deal with that normally, Neville asked, to which Fury replied: "Well, everyone just puts pressure on the guy to get it in.

"And then we start chanting, whoever it may be… 'Gary, get your round in', and everyone says it's embarrassing.

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"They're like 'oh, I've got to get the round in'."

His penchant for embarrassing pals in public comes as no surprise, considering Fury has always been outspoken with a big personality.

The Gypsy King's trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder is scheduled for October 9, after being delayed from July due to an outbreak of Covid-19 in the English fighter's training camp.

After a controversial draw in their first meeting, Fury produced a complete performance in the rematch, knocking his opponent down twice and drawing blood from his ear and mouth before Wilder's corner threw in the towel.

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Fury had wanted to take on unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in a tantalising all-British bout, but it was ruled by arbitrators that he had to honour the third fight he is contracted to with Wilder first.

Tyson's father John Fury said his son wants a bout with Joshua as soon as this December as he sees Wilder as "no threat at all".

However, Sky Sports boxing pundit Johnny Nelson does not believe a bout between the Gypsy King and AJ will ever happen as the "trust has gone from both parties".

And Dillian Whyte believes he should be next in line to fight Fury, alleging the 33-year-old "was ordered to fight me twice and refused to take it".

BT Sport Box Office will show Fury v Wilder: The Trilogy exclusively live in the UK on Saturday, October 9. For more information visit www.bt.com/sportboxoffice.

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