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Tyson Fury has posted arguably his most bizarre tweet since joining Twitter

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Tyson Fury joined Twitter back in December 2010 and since then he’s posted almost 16,000 tweets.

The British boxer tweets just like he talks. There is no filter. You never know what’s going to emerge on your timeline next.

Few sports personalities are as honest and open as Fury, hence why he has over half-a-million followers on the social networking website.

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He’s been particularly busy on Twitter this week after instigating a spat with Anthony Joshua.

Fury called Joshua a “poor man’s Frank Bruno” and the latter responded by saying Fury was the only reason they haven’t fought yet.

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Fury has posted his most bizarre tweet so far

But earlier today, Fury produced a contender - and surely a winner - for his most bizarre tweet so far.

Okay, brace yourselves…

Yep, Fury appears to be selling his sperm for £50,000 ‘a pop’. Who knows if the guy is joking or not. This is Tyson Fury, after all.

Reaction to Fury's tweet

Here’s how Twitter has reacted to Fury’s bizarre tweet…

A mixed bag, as you can see...

Will we ever see Fury back in the ring?

Fury is currently in training as he attempts to get his career back on track following a difficult 18 months.

The 28-year-old’s last fight was his epic victory over Klitschko back in November 2015.

However, before he can fight again, two things must happen: First, he needs to get himself back in shape and second, he needs the British Boxing Board of Control to revoke his suspension.

Terry Flanagan and Petr Petrov Public Work Out

Fury is still suspended amid a UKAD investigation and will remain blocked from returning to the ring until the issue is resolved.

A loophole to obtain an Irish license with the Boxing Union of Ireland has also been shut down, according to Sky Sports.

Still, it would be a shame if the Klitschko fight was the final bout of Fury’s career.

Despite his many problems outside the ring and for all the controversy that surrounds him, there’s no doubt the guy is a top boxer.

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