Boxer Tyson fury was offered to the farmer of 30 thousand dollars to cover the use of doping

English boxer Tyson fury was offered the farmer a lot of money, so he told the representatives doping Agency that it is the fault only of a farmer, who added doping in the food of an athlete.

Local farmer Martin Kerfoot, living in Lancashire (a County in the North West of England) says that in February 2015, one of the team members of the WBC heavyweight Tyson fury offered him 30 thousand dollars.

Instead, he had to lie to representatives of the British anti-doping Agency that fury failed a doping test for the anabolic steroid nandrolone due to the ingestion of low-quality meat of wild boar, which was set Kerfoot fury. The money for these readings he did not receive.

Doping test for nandrolone then also failed the cousin of Tyson – Hugh fury.

British anti-doping Agency will hold on this issue investigation.

Add that to a world champion heavyweight Tyson fury was involved in a doping scandal. Before the fight with Wladimir Klitschko in November last year, he reportedly took the doping. The drug, which then abnormally higher than the content in the body of the boxer is an anabolic steroid and builds muscle.

Promotion outside of the ring

Fury actively spins and popularitywith itself in all possible ways. Often causes the known fighters in the ring via his Twitter account. Repeatedly engaged in verbal sparring with David price, in a rough form, called the ring of the champion of UFC keyn Velasquez. Were repeatedly called to the ring with David Haye, Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko.

In 2013, fury was fined £ 3,000 for incorrect entry on Twitter. In April this year after defeating Steve Cunningham sang the ring live.

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