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Tyson Fury will give his lates winnings (8 million ) to building houses for the homeless and poor people , The guy makes all those celebs who spout about it but do now't look like twaaaats . Good un Tyson ,(hope it comes off) .

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He's done that before.  A good bloke.

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hes the king of the gypsys,in my mind hes the best in all ways,does he get credit for what he does no, in my opinion and we all know why,if he was a toff he would be hailed the best in the world,but dont worry your the peoples champion.

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Brilliant. Well done Tyson Fury.

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I intend to write my will and leave some money to local causes and the NHS. My feelings are that the poor can and do give more of their money to charity.

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22 minutes ago, El Cid said:

I intend to write my will and leave some money to local causes and the NHS. My feelings are that the poor can and do give more of their money to charity.

Bang on when I see the street sleepers and others down on their luck I always notice how they share the little they have be it a fag or a sandwich .

Perhaps the richest in the land , The royals , the land owners the Multi millionaires will join Tyson Fury , perhaps the Queen will knight Tyson he is doing more than all the aforementioned mob so deserves it more .

Arise Sir Tyson , I can see it now .

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26 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

The OP has fallen for a story that is THREE years old. Nowhere has he stated that he is donating the purse from his LATEST fight as far as I am aware

 

https://futuretechtrends.co.uk/2021/10/19/fans-slam-tyson-fury-for-8-million-donation-promise-he-made-3-years-ago/

If  thats true he is a **** , and it is in todays media .

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I think a fair few media outlets have also fallen for it tbh, maybe if you post a link we can take a look.

 

He earned much more than £8m for his latest fight vs Wilder, £8m was the figure from the first one.

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3 hours ago, HeHasRisen said:

The OP has fallen for a story that is THREE years old. Nowhere has he stated that he is donating the purse from his LATEST fight as far as I am aware

 

https://futuretechtrends.co.uk/2021/10/19/fans-slam-tyson-fury-for-8-million-donation-promise-he-made-3-years-ago/

That maybe true.  Nevertheless in the past Tyson Fury has made huge donations from his own pocket to homeless charities.  Unlike the one trick pony footballer who specialises in doing a silly dance before missing a penalty in the biggest game of his life Tyson Fury hasn't received any honours for his charity work and puts his money where his mouth is rather than badgering the government to spend more money.

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1 hour ago, West 77 said:

That maybe true.  Nevertheless in the past Tyson Fury has made huge donations from his own pocket to homeless charities.  Unlike the one trick pony footballer who specialises in doing a silly dance before missing a penalty in the biggest game of his life Tyson Fury hasn't received any honours for his charity work and puts his money where his mouth is rather than badgering the government to spend more money.

If everyone of SF did that, Sheffield would be a better place.

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When someone gives money to charity why don’t they do it anonymously?

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