Tyson Fury's father headbutts Usyk teammate before fight

Tyson Fury's father, John Fury, was involved in a headbutting incident during a media event ahead of Saturday's undisputed heavyweight championship bout with Oleksandr Usyk in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

In a fiery clash, John Fury stood face-to-face with a member of Usyk's team before being separated, after which he appeared to ram his head into another member of the Ukrainian fighter's squad. John Fury returned with a wound on his forehead and blood dripping from his face, while security took control of the situation.

Tyson Fury was not in the room when the incident happened and in the footage he can be heard asking his father: “How did you cut yourself like that?”

John Fury reportedly apologized for his actions later on Monday.

He told Seconds, “My sincerest apologies to everyone involved. That's just the way we are. Emotions and stress ran high. He was a very abusive person. If you get close to a fighting person, you have to You will have to suffer something.” Out boxing.

“What matters to me is respect for my son, and he was making no show of it. He mentioned my son and that's it, so he had to do it. I'm fine with that [bleeding], This is what we are living for, we are fighting with the people. This is a regular occurrence for me.”

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