Tyson Fury’s Netflix docuseries CONFIRMED with filming underway amid talks for Oleksandr Usyk undisputed title fight


NETFLIX have announced production of their documentary series with Tyson Fury is underway.

Filming for the docuseries began shortly after The Gypsy King announced his retirement from boxing following his brutal knockout of Dillian Whyte in April.

Tyson Fury announced his retirement from boxing in April

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Tyson Fury announced his retirement from boxing in AprilCredit: GETTY
Fury's post-retirement life will be the subject of a Netflix series

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Fury’s post-retirement life will be the subject of a Netflix seriesCredit: Getty
The global streaming platform has confirmed production of the series is underway

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The global streaming platform has confirmed production of the series is underwayCredit: TWITTER

And the streaming platform has revealed they’re currently putting the finishing touches on their series documenting the WBC heavyweight champ.

They tweeted: ‘“NEWS: Netflix is in production on a multipart documentary with global boxing star Tyson Fury!”

“The series will have exclusive access to the heavyweight champion of the world as he exits the ring and tries to embrace retirement with his extraordinary family.”

Fight fans were quick to comment, with one saying: “I’ll definitely be given this a watch when it comes out.”

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Another said: “Big that.”

And another said: “Fury’s story is wild. Heavyweight champ of the world, fallen into depression and addiction, gains hundreds of pounds.

“Then comes back to be the best in the world by miles.”

One remarked: “Shut up and take my money.”

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Another chimed in: “Best thing Netflix have ever done.”

News of Fury’s upcoming documentary comes amid talks of an undisputed title fight with unified heavyweight champ Oleksandr Usyk.

The Brit revealed he’ll come out of retirement to face the Ukranian after seeing him defeat Brit rival Anthony Joshua in Jeddah last weekend.

But the WBC king wants a whopping £500million to face the slick southpaw.

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He wrote on Instagram: “The world’s biggest fight has to be the world’s biggest money if I’m to put it all on the line vs some unknown foreigner.

“Boys, better get that half a billy. If not, keep that little mug.”

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