Tyson Fury best trash talk: Hilarious video of some of his funniest lines

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Tyson Fury, the trash-talking, Gypsy King has gained a reputation for his out-of-the-ring antics.

A video has recently resurfaced highlighting some of his best bits.

Outside of the ring, the current WBC and Lineal world heavyweight champion is renowned for his sharp whit and brutal digs.

With the accolades to back his hilarious outbursts, it seems no-one in the boxing community is safe from a Fury onslaught.

Tyson Fury’s massive following on social media

With 5.7 Million followers on Instagram and 32 professional heavyweight wins, he’s certainly not someone to get on the wrong side of.

Fury’s trash-talking library extends far beyond potential opponents and the Gypsy King seems to embrace the power his social media accounts afford him. With such a devote fanbase, Fury can call-out anyone he deems worthy.

LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 23: Tyson Fury celebrates victory after the WBC World Heavyweight Title Fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Some high-profile victims include established cruiserweight Tony Bellew, super-promoter Eddie Hearn and fellow Brit, Anthony Joshua.

The eagerly anticipated compilation of Fury’s trash-talking highlights can be watched below.

Video: Some of Tyson Fury’s best trash-talking remembered

Alongside Anthony Joshua, Fury relentlessly calls-out ‘The Bronze-Bomber’, Deontay Wilder. Fury can be seen labelling the pair as ‘bums’ and ‘dossers’, quips which have quickly become synonymous with the 34-year-old.

Fury was particularly active on social media prior to his initial bout with Wilder in 2019. In the build up to the fight, the Brit threw a scathing tirade of expletives at the Yank, undoubtably letting Wilder know exactly what he thought of him.

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LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 23: Tyson Fury talks with Dillian Whyte’s corner following the WBC World Heavyweight Title Fight between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Fury-Wilder 1 would end in a controversial draw, a result which would see Fury pounce straight on Instagram to vent his frustration: ‘You know you lost; I’m coming for you’ was the message sent towards Wilder’s corner.

Fury labelled Wilder: ’Chinless’, threatening to put his ‘fist right through’ his American opponent. Staying true to his word, Fury did exactly that on their highly anticipated rematch in 2020.

A fight which would see Wilder hit to the canvas for the fight time in his career.

Tyson Fury is training 'like a man possessed', according to a source close to his camp
Tyson Fury is training ‘like a man possessed’, according to a source close to his camp

Tyson Fury sometimes wide of the mark

Seemingly a fan of harsh truths, it has to be said Fury is sometimes wide of the mark.

Calling Tony Bellew ‘Liverpool’s worst’ upset many boxing fans who admire the Scouse legend and calling out former Boxing super-star Wladimir Klitschko provoked similar unrest.

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Despite this, many saw the humour behind threatening to knock out heavyweight punching-bag Dillian Whyte ‘every day of the week and twice on a Sunday’.

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It also appears Fury might also have access to a crystal ball as many of his outburst have proven critically accurate. Joshua, who at the time held the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO championships was the victim of a Fury-frenzy.

The Gypsy Kind referred to Joshua as a ‘bum’, threatening to ‘jab his face off’ in what would be the ‘easiest night’s work of his life’.

Having recently lost all 4 of his titles to cruiserweight and fan-favourite, Oleksandr Usyk, did Fury predict Joshua’s demise?

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