Tyson Fury left disgusted after spotting binned photo of Man Utd hero Schmeichel
Tyson Fury showed his funny side during the ITV documentary which is showcasing his life outside the ring.
Tonight was the first of three episodes which will show the Gypsy King's family life as he bids to beat Deontay Wilder in their rematch later this month.
As well as having a love for boxing, Fury also loves football.
A boyhood Manchester United fan, the heavyweight has often hinted he could fight at Old Trafford.
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His love for the Red Devils was on show during the opening minutes of the ITV show, where Fury was taking bin bags to the tip.
While taking the rubbish out, the boxer spotted that someone had discarded of an old photo of United legend Peter Schmeichel, with the Dane pictured holding two trophies.
"No way, no way has someone thrown that away," said the 31-year-old, before posing with the discarded pic.
"I can't believe someone has thrown away King Schmeichel."
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As mentioned, Fury's love of United has led to him teasing a potential bout at the club's home.
“I’m happy just doing what I’m doing, ticking along nice and slowly and just take a few more scalps before I hang the gloves up. Three more," he said earlier this month.
“I’m going to knock Wilder out, and he’s not going to want a rematch, I’m going to fight Joshua, I’m going to beat him too, and then I’ve always said to my old pal Derek Chisora I’d have a farewell fight with him.
“Maybe we can get the Old Trafford fight with old Del Boy.
“And then it’s curtains on a fantastic career.”
Fury takes on Wilder on February 22 in Las Vegas, hoping for redemption after the controversial draw first time around.
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