Homophobic boxer Tyson Fury keeps on winning.
On Saturday, the 31-year-old entered the sold-out MGM Arena in Las Vegas for WBC’s world heavyweight championship being carried on a golden throne. He went on to secure the crown, along with a $20 million prize, over Deontay Wilder in a seven round match.
And then he was invited to the White House!
Isn't Tyson Fury that extremely homophobic and antisemitic guy
— Desperado D. Mayor (@Overmayor) February 23, 2020
Some of Fury’s past homophobic stunts have included saying that homosexuality and pedophilia will result in the apocalypse, claiming that sex with children was legalized in the U.K. by a fictional “Gay Rights Act 1977,” telling anyone who thinks he’s homophobic to “suck my balls,” and posting a crazy video on social media spouting all sorts of racist, antigay, and anti Semitic nonsense.
Oh, and then there was that time in 2016 when he was suspended from boxing for two years after after getting busted with cocaine.
But, sure, let’s have him at the White House!
Donald Trump told reporters that Saturday’s boxing match was “very exciting” and said, “Maybe we have to bring them both to the White House. I don’t know. Because that was really a good one… I think we’ll do that.”
Tyson Fury is bigot. A champion, sure. But a racist, homophobic, sexist one. Don’t forget that when talking about him.
— Mouse (@MouseOfCards_) February 23, 2020
“The king has returned to his throne,” Fury proclaimed after Saturday’s $20 million win.