Tyson Fury looks almost unrecognisable as fresh-faced 20-year-old kid with curly hair in amazing throwback snap

TYSON FURY has claimed his incredible career will come to an end back in front of his home fans.

Fury marks his first fight in over four years against Dillian Whyte on Saturday with over 90,000 expected to be in attendance.

It is a far cry from the night he made his professional debut as a 20-year-old in Nottingham.

The fresh-faced Fury, who sported curly hair at the time, stopped Bala Gyongyosi in the first of a scheduled six rounds.

Little did people know or frankly expect, it would kickstart one of the most famous careers in recent British boxing memory.

It has taken the Gypsy King to the greatest of heights, like stunning Wladimir Klitschko in Germany on 2015.


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But the sparked his lowest of lows, ballooning up to 28 STONE while battling depression and substance abuse.

The title he worked so hard to win, gone.

Many assumed the journey would end there, on heartbreaking note – but what transpired was an inspirational comeback.

Fury, now 33, returned to the ring in 2018 and after only two warm-up fights he challenged for the WBC title.

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Two knockdowns against Deontay Wilder and two questionable scorecards robbed the heavyweight hero of a famous victory.

Instead, it would take Fury two more years to rematch and then beat Wilder, crowing him as champ once more.

He defended his belt in an epic trilogy bout with Wilder last October, which he won in round 11.

Now, the king returns and does so against mandatory challenger Whyte, in what will be his first title fight in England.

But it could quite possibly be his last, following constant threats of retirement.

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