Tyson Fury unveils amazing suit emblazoned with family crest and 'there's only one Tyson Fury' in LATIN for Chisora bout | The Sun

TYSON FURY has unveiled his amazing new suit emblazoned with his family crest and Latin writing ahead of his trilogy fight with Derek Chisora.

The Gypsy King, 34, will defend his WBC world heavyweight title on Saturday at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.



But for his pre-fight press conference, he slipped into a custom suit with his family crest and the slogan "There's only one Tyson Fury" written in Latin on it.

Fury bought a number of suits with each telling its own story "inspired by Tyson's life".

Stylist Navid Salimian, director of brand Claudio Lugli Shirts, told the Daily Mail: "Each suit tells a story, inspired by Tyson's life and… the opponent in front of him.

"Tyson's unique vibrant style is unmatched across combat sports and has become a signature staple in his memorable fight promotions. 

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"Acting as a superman's cape, the garments are used as a weapon to take the attention and confidence away from the opponent out of the ring.

"Most notable is the 'Dosser' suit he wore against Deontay Wilder in the epic trilogy where he had the derogatory words emblazoned in pinstripe across the body of the three-piece. 

"Tyson is renowned for his mental warfare and his utilisation of statement suits… will be etched in boxing iconography forever."

A crowd of 60,000 people will watch the fight as Fury hopes to maintain his unbeaten record.

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Rival Oleksandr Usyk – WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight title holder – will also be in attendance.

Should Fury get past Chisora, a unification fight could be on the cards next year.

Fury's promoter Frank Warren has confirmed to talkSPORT Breakfast: "Usyk will be at ringside.

"He’s flying in on Friday so he’s gonna be there.

“And I hope we get the result that I want and then we can move forward with that fight.”

On Usyk being at ringside, Fury told iFL TV: "Oleksandr Usyk can go suck a d***.

“If he comes to the fight, I promise you I’ll slap him in the mouth.

“Usyk called me a drunk recently, so I want to see what he’s got to say about the drink.”

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