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Watch as Tyson Fury forced to shove off fan who tried to get selfie with heavyweight boxing champ

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TYSON FURY was forced to push a crazed fan away while celebrating Nathan Gorman’s first professional title win on Friday.

The Gypsy King, 33, attended the heavyweight bout at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool where Gorman, who is also his cousin, took on Tomas Salek.

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The 25-year-old became IBF International Heavyweight champion after knocking out his Czech opponent in the first round.

Fury celebrated the victory ringside, but things turned sour when a fan pushed forward to take a selfie with him.

The Wythenshawe-born boxer shoved him away before making a swift exit while surrounded by security guards.

This comes just days after Sunsport revealed that he will come out of retirement.

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Fury is now back in training ahead of his expected £200million return to the ring.

Fury had pledged to quit in April after his KO of Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium left him undefeated.

But he is now prepared to fight again as long as the price is right.

He said: “I will be back in the ring 100 per cent, just like in the movie when Jerry Maguire shouted, ‘Show me the money!’

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“If anyone can show me the money then it’s Frank Warren. I call him the Magic Man and we are going to make some big, big things happen.”

Fury is looking to take on former heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua in a highly-anticipated bout.

But he could be set to face UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in his next fight.

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