Pro Christian pro Muslim boxer defeats Zionist Wladimir Klitschko.

Pro Christian pro Muslim boxer defeats Zionist Wladimir Klitschko.

By Staś


November 2015 Boxer Tyson Fury defeated Wladimir Klitschko   to become champion of the world.

Pro boxer Tyson Fury is an “Irish Traveler” born in Manchester, England. Fury has “attracted significant criticism relating to statements he has made which are considered sexist and homophobic.”


What is  much more unusual is he is very vocal about his love for Jesus Christ and respect for Muslim People.

Tyson whose father named him Tyson in honor of American boxer Mike Tyson has an impressive 25-0 boxing record.

 Before the fight with the well-known pro- Zionist  fighter Wladimir Klitschko  the outspoken Fury called the Klitschko fighting camp cheats and said “’he feared being drugged’. Fury feared cheating by Wladimir Klitschko camp

 Fury  a Christian man of God is now heavyweight boxing champion of the world.

 Fury may even develop into a kind of folk hero among anti-Zionist and working class Irish and English people as he makes thinly veiled anti-Zionist remarks.

In an interview with a young Muslim gentleman Fury states that he loves God and Jesus and has a lot of respect for the Muslim people.  He makes a lot of interesting comments on Religion.  Before he goes into the fight with Klitschko his boxing camp says Muslim and Christian prayers.

World Champion Fury defeats International Zionist Klitscho

See this controversial interview World Champion Fury defeats International Zionist Klitscho


The foul mouthed Fury says what’s on his mind and has been out spoken against feminism and homosexuality. When he was nominated for the  2015 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award nomination over 138,000 people signed an online petition saying that what they saw as his homophobic and sexist views made him an unsuitable recipient for the award. Asked directly if he was homophobic, Fury said: “No. Definitely not. I wouldn’t be a very good Christian if I hated anybody. If Jesus loves the world, I love the world.”

Fury also stated that Olympic and world champion heptathlete, Jessica Ennis-Hill, a fellow contender for the BBC award, “slaps up good” and that “a woman’s best place is in the kitchen and on her back – that’s my personal belief.” Fury responded to the controversy by denying he was homophobic and telling iFL TV that his critics could “suck my balls” – and labelled those who signed the petition as “50,000 wankers“.




Tyson Luke Fury

World Champion Fury defeats International Zionist Klitscho

Fury feared being drugged by Kkitschko camp.–cheats—says-he-feared-being-drugged-221159962.html

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