MONSTER KING Tyson Fury believes Gypsy King alter ego has become a ‘monster’ who will not let him quit boxing David Jarvis

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TYSON Fury believes his Gypsy King alter ego has become a “monster” who will not let him quit boxing.

The unbeaten WBC heavyweight champ said he has created an unbreakable superhero.

The unbeaten WBC heavyweight champ said he has created an unbreakable superhero

Fury, 34, said: “I almost feel sorry for the Gypsy King because although I want him to become obsolete I cannot get away from him.

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“He’s a lonely, horrible, sad person without the fight game.

“I created a monster and I’m to blame.”

Tyson Fury

Fury retired after knocking out Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium in April and said he wanted to lead a quiet life at home in Morecambe with his family.

But he has since reversed that decision and hinted the only way he would retire would be if he is beaten or if he seeks medical help to escape his alter ego’s demands.

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Speaking to Behind the Gloves on YouTube, Fury added: “I want to be out of boxing, but I can’t let it go so keep going for the sake of the Gypsy King. Maybe there is a doctor out there who can help me because I think I’m going to need mental help to let go of this thing.”

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