View Full Version : Tyson Fury, gays bad, cocaine OK

30th Sep 2016, 17:49
It turns out that our God fearin' boxer Tyson Fury has tested positive for cocaine use. There's nowt as queer as folk. I can't think of any type of person I deteste more than self righteous bible bathers who themselves live a life of sin.

Tyson Fury latest: World heavyweight champion 'tests positive for cocaine' and could lose titles | The Independent (http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/general/boxing/tyson-fury-world-heavyweight-champion-tests-positive-for-cocaine-and-could-be-stripped-of-titles-a7339851.html)

galaxy flyer
30th Sep 2016, 20:52
What else would you expect from a "sports hero"?


1st Oct 2016, 16:09
Sports hero ? The man is a clown. Talented boxer (if that is not an oxymoron) but as a person .....:ugh:

Una Due Tfc
2nd Oct 2016, 16:06
He's a lowlife

3rd Oct 2016, 13:30
Looks like he has 'retired' with immediate effect (http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/37542160).

3rd Oct 2016, 14:25
AS with many people who are from the boxing sport? his brain cannot keep up with his actions, and IMO his own opinion of what he sees as being normal is not looked at by normal types......plus he lives in Morcambe,.. which may not help..:ouch:

3rd Oct 2016, 15:25
"I am a gypsy and that's it. I will always be a gypsy, I'll never change. I will always be fat and white and that's it. I am the champion yet I am thought of as a bum. I am moving out of the country. I am going to America where champions are better thought of. I am moving to Los Angeles where people have a better life. I made the decision last week to go where people admire success."

In 2013, Fury told an interviewer before his first fight at Madison Square Garden that he would "hang" his own sister if she was promiscuous. That same year he was fined 3,000 for calling fellow boxers David Price and Tony Bellew "gay lovers".Shortly before winning the world titles in November 2015, Fury publicly argued that performance-enhancing drugs (which he denied taking) should be permitted in boxing and other sports. He said: "Why don't they just make drugs totally legal in sports, then everybody would be taking drugs and then it would be fully fair then, wouldn't it? ... It's none of my concern really, but if the governing bodies want to do that then I think it would be a bit fairer because you've got all them people taking drugs and when you face a man who is not taking drugs it becomes unfair, doesn't it?"In May 2016 the Fury team released a training camp update video which included Fury voicing opposition to transgenderism and also to bestiality and rape but suggested they might eventually be legalised, due to the increasing number of formerly taboo practises becoming accepted.

3rd Oct 2016, 18:14
Looks like he has 'retired' with immediate effect (http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/37542160).
Or not:- Tyson Fury: Heavyweight boxing champion 'here to stay' after 'retirement' (http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/37542160).

4th Oct 2016, 16:16
Tyson Fury quits boxing to concentrate on misogyny and homophobia (http://newsthump.com/2016/10/04/tyson-fury-quits-boxing-to-concentrate-on-misogyny-and-homophobia/)