Tyson Fury TV documentary debuts and reveals his Morecambe life

February 14, 2020

The Morecambe life of superstar boxer Tyson Fury and his family has been revealed in the first part of a new ITV documentary.

'Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King' debuted at 9pm last night and included exclusive fly-on-the-wall footage of the lineal world heavyweight champion at his home in Hest Bank.

The 6ft 9in fighter was shown going about his daily business, taking the bins to Salt Ayre tip, jogging on the seafront, shadow boxing by Morecambe Sailing Club and pulling a gypsy wagon along the streets of Hest Bank.

Meanwhile his wife Paris had her hair done at Vogue Hair and Beauty on Morecambe promenade.

Tyson and Paris were also shown at home with their five children Venezuela, Prince John James, Valencia Amber, Prince Tyson Luke and Prince Adonis Amaziah.

The one-hour episode also followed Fury, 31, in the build-up to his Las Vegas fight with Tom Schwarz last June.

It showed him meeting celebrities Robbie Williams and Gordon Ramsay in his dressing room before his second round win.

Fury is currently in America preparing for his WBC Heavyweight Title fight with Deontay Wilder on Saturday, February 22.

The second part of the three-part documentary will air next Thursday (February 20) at 9pm on ITV.