Tyson Fury to Release Single for Mental Health Charity

Boxer Tyson Fury set to release his own version of Sweet Caroline for mental health charity.

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British Heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury is releasing his own version of Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline for a men’s mental health charity Talk Club.

The song is set to release on 11 November ahead of the Fifa World Cup in Qatar. Fury’s fans used to sing the song before his fights and the fighter says he feels a connection to the track.

“Sweet Caroline is a record I’ve always loved and I’m excited to record and release it”, said Fury. “And thanks to the folks over at Warner Music, they’ve given me the opportunity to do that, and what better time to release it than around the World cup”, he said.

The debut will be released three weeks before the boxer’s trilogy bout against Derek Chisora in London.

The 34 year old heavyweight champion had been vocal about his own struggles with mental health and he said 100% of the profits from the single, including his earnings will be donated to the men charity, Talk Club.

Fury said “I have been very vocal about my mental health struggle, especially since my comeback. It has been widely printed about my highs and lows, ups and downs, so I’ve tried my best to keep talking about it as much as I can and keep trying to smash the stigma”.






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