Authentic Geordie speaks out about Fury interview
True Geordie, whose probing questions made Tyson Fury headlines this week, responded to that viral interview.
Fury’s equestrian sign has popped up all over social media this week, after apparently taking issue with being asked why he chose to face Derek Chisora in a bout on December. Despite showing a smile while delivering insults, the previous 15 minutes were definitely hostile.
Feedback about Youtube ChannelTrue Geordie says the downfall is partly down to the WBC champion’s ego.
“Ego is a great thing to be the heavyweight champion of the world. You want to prove to everyone that you’re better than everyone else – and you go and do it – and then you have to say ‘haha, I told you so.’ It must feel great. “
But when it comes to having that same ego and chatting with a fan who merely questions your decision, that’s a problem. Because Tyson considers himself a man of the people. However, as you saw in that interview, you can’t be everyone’s man and then can’t answer to the very people who pay your salary and buy all your products, and think they don’t deserve the award. liked at all. ‘If you don’t want it, don’t buy it then.’ It’s just not the attitude of someone who is a man of the people.”
“He contradicts himself a lot, doesn’t he? Everyone who has watched a Fury interview has seen it happen. “
In response to some who criticized his approach to the interview, True Geordie failed to do so.
“It’s a real shame that you can suggest that I could just ask a question about KSI or Conor Benn then be able to trigger Tyson Fury to the point where he would be angry, as you can see from the first minute, he is not in a good frame of mind. Anyone who has a bit of a connection in their life with other people will be able to see that. “
The podcast host went on to criticize some of the boxing media for being too soft on the fighters they interviewed and said he doesn’t care if he ever talks to Fury again. are not.
As for ‘The Gypsy King’, he’s currently gearing up for the Chisora fight that starts all of this. The pair face off for the third time in their careers on December 3 in London.