Tyson Fury calls out Santa with funny Instagram post

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PHILADELPHIA, UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 18, 2019: British professional boxer Tyson Fury before a light heavyweight world title unification boxing fight between IBF belt-holder Artur Beterbiev of Russia and WBC titlist Oleksandr Gvozdyk of Ukraine at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Valery Sharifulin/TASS (Photo by Valery Sharifulin\TASS via Getty Images)
Tyson Fury recently called Santa a 'big dosser' (Credit: Getty Images)

Tyson Fury is in danger of being put on the naughty list, after calling out Santa in a funny Instagram post.

The heavyweight boxer posted a picture on the social media site containing his own boxing stats compared to that of Father Christmas.

The 31-year-old boasts a better height than Santa, but the man born in Lapland is heavier in weight, is older and uses the ‘Santa sack’ as his special move.

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The post comes after Fury announced he is releasing a song with pop legend Robbie Williams, called Bad Sharon. In the song, he calls Santa a ‘big dosser.’

The Manchester born boxer has been busy in recent months, beating Otto Wallin in December and then took part in WWE on October 15th, overcoming Braun Strowman.

‘The Gypsy King’ has also hinted at making his UFC debut, claiming Irish fighter Conor McGregor would train him in MMA.

Fury make struggle to fit in the clash with Santa any time soon. He will take on Deontay Wilder in February, who he claims is his arch nemesis, in the post. That fight ended in a controversial split draw.

He also wants to fight the winner of the heavyweight fight between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz, which takes place on the 7th December.

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