Tyson Fury is set to release his autobiography titled ‘Gloves Off’ in November 2022, the British boxer announced on Friday.
Fury tweeted, “‘You’ve got to grab the bull by the balls in life to get anywhere! Remember none of it is possible without some elbow grease and a lot of heart. Gloves Off is coming out next month!”
The book is also believed to chronicle the vivid details of the two-time world heavyweight champion’s historic win over Dyllian Whyte earlier this year on April 23.
Fury, 34, thumped Whyte with a TKO in six rounds to retain his WBC and The Ring world heavyweight titles at a packed Wembley Stadium in London. The win extended his record to a staggerong 32-0-1 over 14 years.
“In Gloves Off, I’ve looked back on my whole life and career to examine what’s really defined me: my Travelling upbringing, my fighting family (not least my dad John, brothers Shane, John Jr and Tommy), my beloved wife Paris, mother to our 6 beautiful children, friends, my rivalries, my amazing boxing support team, my friends (you know who you are), my fights and the pitfalls and challenges along the way,” Fury had said on an Instagram post in April.
“It’s my most insightful book yet – the laughs, the hard times, the family man, the craziness of what it’s like to be Tyson. I hope you like it and I hope it might help you, whatever you’re going through. Remember, Nothing is impossible!” he added.