Tyson Fury has been boxing at the professional level since December 2008 and has not looked back since.
The Gypsy King is undefeated and most recently recorded a momentous trilogy win over Deontay Wilder to retain his WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles.
While boxing may have changed his life forever, the sport has also affected the way he sounds.
Tyson Fury's voice evolution
In a video posted on YouTube by a user named DR, clips have been compiled to showcase how Fury’s voice has drastically changed over a span of eight years
From 2012-2014, Fury sounded like a normal bloke from Manchester. 2015 is where it all changed following a specific incident.
During a sparring session with Ty Mitchell that year, the Gypsy King was punched so hard that he was left with a blood clot in his throat. As a result, his vocal chords were greatly impacted.
Now, Fury’s voice is a lot more gruff, almost as if he sounds just like his dad John Fury.
In an interview with the BBC, Fury spoke more about the incident in 2015 and said: "I got punched in the throat in 2015 and it left me with a blood clot in the throat. So it causes me to talk like this.
"I was supposed to have it removed and I got too afraid. I think it sounds better anyway, there's more pain in it."
A comment on the YouTube video suggests that his hoarse voice makes him sound more badass, while another user said that Fury has “the voice of a champ!”
Following his win over Deontay Wilder almost a week ago, Fury will reportedly not be fighting Oleksandr Usyk just yet as Anthony Joshua has seemingly activated the rematch clause against the Ukrainian.
As for the Gypsy King, there is still no official word on who his next opponent may be.