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Tyson Fury falls over in street as he's kicked out of bar and hits head after 'a couple too many'

Tyson Fury was seen being ejected from a pub before stumbling on the pavement outside.

The towering 6ft 9in Gypsy King had a rough night after bouncers escorted him out of Nowhere bar in Morecambe on Friday. This incident occurred just three weeks following his first professional loss to Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia, and it seems Fury's balance was off once more, this time outside his local haunt.

Initially, the video captures the heavyweight champion being ushered out by two security staff who assist the unsteady boxer towards the exit. After leaving the establishment where he had been enjoying time with family and friends, Fury is captured falling not once, but twice, even appearing to hit his head on a post during his shaky departure. A friend of Fury suggested that alcohol might not have been the sole cause of his mishap. "He had a couple too many and wasn't feeling too well either," they said.

Fury has adhered to a rigorous routine for nearly a year, preparing for a bout with former UFC champion Francis Ngannou, which resulted in a lacklustre win last autumn. The boxing titan eyed Oleksandr Usyk with the goal of becoming the undisputed heavyweight champion. Despite delays, their bout on May 18 saw both fighters risking their undefeated records. Usyk triumphed, altering Fury's record to 34-1-1. However, a rematch clause means 'The Gypsy King' might get a chance for revenge before year-end.

Currently, Fury appears to be unwinding, though recent footage of him being turned away from a pub could lead to regrets. In his Netflix series 'At Home With The Fury's', Fury admitted that alcohol affects him quickly after abstaining for a while. "Two, three pints I'm gone, especially beer. Senseless, speechless drunk.