Tyson Fury visits an orphanage in Bangkok
World Boxing Council heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, visited the HDF Mercy Center orphanage in Bangkok, Thailand, while in the country working in his training camp.
The 34-year-old Brit expressed his excitement at being in Thailand and commented that he is undergoing great training camp to defend his crown against an opponent he will announce shortly.
A father of six children, Fury spoke about the importance of spending time with the children at the orphanage, “Seeing the smiles on these kids’ faces reminded me of the importance of giving back. They are our future and it is our duty to nurture and support them. Spending time with these amazing children reminds me of the power of love and the importance of giving back. As a parent, I believe that every child deserves the opportunity for a bright future.”
He added, “Let’s make a positive impact and help shape a brighter future for these amazing young souls.
“It is not only a responsibility as a heavyweight champion, but also a pillar of my faith in Christianity to help those in need. Let’s remember that all children deserve love, care and opportunities to thrive.”
Fury’s visit to this Bangkok orphanage showcased the heavyweight champion’s softer side, reminding fans of his humanity and generosity.
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