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Former heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury was escorted out of Nowhere bar in Morecambe, United Kingdom after getting drunk and later collapsed outside the bar with his face planted on the concrete. The incident occurred after the Gypsy King suffered the first loss in his career last month as his Ukrainian opponent Oleksandr Usyk win the fight in Saudi Arabia by split decision.

A rematch between Fury and Usyk is already scheduled for December 21 in Riyadh. On Friday night, June 7, Fury reportedly got heavily inebriated forcing the security to escort him out of the bar, where he was partying with his friends and family.

In a viral video on social media, two security staff walked him out of the bar as Fury appeared to stand hardly on his feet.  After the British heavyweight boxer was escorted out, he could be seen crawling on the concrete floor and seemingly hit his head against a lamppost on the street.

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According to The Sun, a source close to Fury claimed that he hasn’t had a drink for over a year and said, "He had a couple too many and wasn’t feeling too well either." On the viral video on social media, fans flooded the comment section with hilarious reactions. A fan wrote, "Usyk sent him to the boozer," while another one joked, "Don’t blame him. Buddy had a near death experience vs Usyk."

After losing the fight against Usyk, Fury remarked that sympathy towards war-torn Ukraine influenced the judges to award the fight to Usyk. In his post-match interview, the 35-year-old said, "I believe I won that fight. I believe he won a few of the rounds, but I won a majority of them... We both put on a good fight, the best we could do. And you know, his country's at war. So, people are siding with a country at war."