Tyson Fury faked injury during training camp ahead of victory over Deontay Wilder to catch mole

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Tyson Fury faked injury during training camp ahead of victory over Deontay Wilder to try and catch out mole leaking information

  • Tyson Fury faked an injury during his training camp to try and catch a mole
  • The British boxer’s cousin Andy Lee revealed the behind the scenes details
  • Fury was training ahead of his victory over American Deontay Wilder in February
  • The heavyweight champion stopped Wilder in the seventh round in Las Vegas 

Tyson Fury faked an injury to try and find a mole leaking information from his training camp ahead of his triumph over Deontay Wilder in February.

That is according to Fury’s cousin, Andy Lee, who details the lengths Fury went to in order to stop Wilder in the seventh round in Las Vegas

‘There was a couple days where Tyson messed around to see if leaks would happen,’ he told Boxing Social.

Tyson Fury faked an injury to try and find a mole in his training camp leaking information

Fury was spotted limping at a UFC event in January which suggested he might be injured

Fury was spotted limping at a UFC event in January which suggested he might be injured

‘He feigned injury or pretended to limp after a sparring session just to see what would happen.

‘That’s the type of level of deviousness you’re dealing with, with him. Inside his own training camp he’ll put on a show and play act to see if anyone talks outside the camp.’ 

Fury was spotted limping at a UFC event in January which sparked concerns he was injured before his rematch with Wilder.

During his training camp, the British heavyweight champion also swapped trainer Ben Davison for SugarHill Steward two months before his win over Wilder.

Andy Lee (left) who is Fury's cousin has revealed details about the boxer's training camp

Andy Lee (left) who is Fury’s cousin has revealed details about the boxer’s training camp

Part of Fury's revised dedicated diet was to cut out Diet Coke along with fast food items

Part of Fury’s revised dedicated diet was to cut out Diet Coke along with fast food items

Fury’s close friend, adviser and camp manager Timothy Allcock painted a picture to  VegasInsider of what was going on behind the scenes before the fight.

 ‘The big differences have been food, particularly strictness with what is in camp – silly little things like cans of Diet Coke have gone,’ Allock said.

‘We definitely had to rope in the food. Tyson never really stuck to the diet plan we gave him last time, he was always nipping out and eating fast food outside the camp – and all that has changed now.’ 

‘We’ve also cut a lot of out of the way in terms of people visiting the house willy nilly.’ 

Fury floored Wilder a number of times on his way to being crowned WBC heavyweight champion in February. 

Fury floored Deontay Wilder a number of times on his way to being crowned WBC champion

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Tyson Fury faked injury during training camp ahead of victory over Deontay Wilder to try and catch out mole leaking information

  • Tyson Fury faked an injury during his training camp to try and catch a mole
  • The British boxer’s cousin Andy Lee revealed the behind the scenes details
  • Fury was training ahead of his victory over American Deontay Wilder in February
  • The heavyweight champion stopped Wilder in the seventh round in Las Vegas 

Tyson Fury faked an injury to try and find a mole leaking information from his training camp ahead of his triumph over Deontay Wilder in February.

That is according to Fury’s cousin, Andy Lee, who details the lengths Fury went to in order to stop Wilder in the seventh round in Las Vegas

‘There was a couple days where Tyson messed around to see if leaks would happen,’ he told Boxing Social.

Tyson Fury faked an injury to try and find a mole in his training camp leaking information

Fury was spotted limping at a UFC event in January which suggested he might be injured

Fury was spotted limping at a UFC event in January which suggested he might be injured

‘He feigned injury or pretended to limp after a sparring session just to see what would happen.

‘That’s the type of level of deviousness you’re dealing with, with him. Inside his own training camp he’ll put on a show and play act to see if anyone talks outside the camp.’ 

Fury was spotted limping at a UFC event in January which sparked concerns he was injured before his rematch with Wilder.

During his training camp, the British heavyweight champion also swapped trainer Ben Davison for SugarHill Steward two months before his win over Wilder.

Andy Lee (left) who is Fury's cousin has revealed details about the boxer's training camp

Andy Lee (left) who is Fury’s cousin has revealed details about the boxer’s training camp

Part of Fury's revised dedicated diet was to cut out Diet Coke along with fast food items

Part of Fury’s revised dedicated diet was to cut out Diet Coke along with fast food items

Fury’s close friend, adviser and camp manager Timothy Allcock painted a picture to  VegasInsider of what was going on behind the scenes before the fight.

 ‘The big differences have been food, particularly strictness with what is in camp – silly little things like cans of Diet Coke have gone,’ Allock said.

‘We definitely had to rope in the food. Tyson never really stuck to the diet plan we gave him last time, he was always nipping out and eating fast food outside the camp – and all that has changed now.’ 

‘We’ve also cut a lot of out of the way in terms of people visiting the house willy nilly.’ 

Fury floored Wilder a number of times on his way to being crowned WBC heavyweight champion in February. 

Fury floored Deontay Wilder a number of times on his way to being crowned WBC champion

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