We should know by now that Tyson Fury just says stuff. A lot of the time it’s crazy and confusing and controversial; occasionally, only occasionally, it’s sensible and serious.
This week, as he prepares to fight Sefer Seferi on Saturday at the Manchester Arena, his first fight in two-and-a-half years, we can expect a lot of the former. Noise for the sake of noise. Hype. Nonsense. There will be some interesting thoughts dotted among this, but, for the most part, Fury will be on a mission to grab attention, sell tickets and secure subscribers.
It’s a game he plays better than most.