Tyson Fury continues to woo Mexican supporters ahead of Otto Wallin showdown

Tyson Fury is calling himself El Rey de los Gitanos this week
Fury is asking himself El Rey de los Gitanos this week (Picture: Getty)

Tyson Fury tried to swoon the Mexican boxing public by answering questions in Spanish ahead of his conflict with Otto Wallin this Saturday in Las Vegas.

The Gypsy King is combating on Mexico’s Independence weekend, a spot normally reserved for the largest Mexican fighters on the planet.

Fury revealed he moved his struggle date up by 4 weeks simply so he may fill the date vacated by Canelo Alvarez.

‘What people don’t know is, I wasn’t meant to field this weekend,’ Fury stated in a press convention on Wednesday.

‘I was supposed to box in New York in early October to mid-October. When we heard Canelo Alvarez wasn’t going to be combating on Mexican Independence weekend, I believed rattling.



‘What a shock, as a result of this has been a particular weekend for a few years for boxing.

‘The Mexican people aren’t going to have a foremost occasion for the weekend, so I had to step in. I introduced my struggle date ahead 4 weeks.

‘Just so you could see me and the Mexicans could have a main event on Independence weekend.’

Fury wore a Mexican wrestling masks to the open exercises on Tuesday and continued his appeal offensive by inviting questions in Spanish in the course of the press convention.

After one prolonged query, Fury replied: ‘Yes, I’m the Mexican Gypsy King, El Rey de los Gitanos. It is a privilege to be boxing on Mexican Independence weekend.

Tyson Fury is fighting another massive underdog in Otto Wallin
Fury is combating one other large underdog in Wallin (Picture: Getty)

‘I’m going to placed on a implausible present and sure, I do love massive cuddly toys and crayons. And I do like being tickled.’

The reply had the panel and crowd in stitches, however Fury insisted there can be no humorous enterprise on struggle evening.

Fury predicted one other victory, however stated he hoped he and Wallin may have a beer after their bout.

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