Homesick Tyson Fury hasn’t spoken to his family during his U.S. combat camp – or he’ll just jump on the first flight.
Britain’s world heavyweight champion is a big leniency when it comes to her six children.
Especially the baby’s daughter, Athena, who was left in intensive care after a tragic birth in August.
But a flight to Las Vegas on September 18, before his triangular show with Donte Wilder in the early hours of next Sunday, forced him to remember the birthdays of 12-year-old Venezuela and 10-year-old Prince.
Wife Paris shared another daughter’s video on social media and begged her father to come home.
But the idea of logging in for video calls with a loving child in Morkembe, 6 feet 9 inches, is too hard for the 19th Gypsy King to bear.
So he has cut himself off from the people he loves the most in the world.
The WBC Champion revealed: “I can’t switch back to the worst man on the planet with Daddy Day Care.
“So whatever is happening at home, family life, it’s just living there.
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“When I’m in camp, I have nothing to do with what’s going on at home.
“It sounds very selfish. I’m in Las Vegas, not talking to family at all.
“But I’ve got a serious job to handle and I wouldn’t want to be here if I was on the phone with my kids every day.
“Right now, I’m putting my neck on the line so they can eat.
“I am putting my neck on the line so that they can live a good life and they should understand that.
“That’s why you go to training camps for months, to get away from them all.”
Rosh, 33, and his training team typically spend two months in San City, living as monks and training as Trojans.
Fear of Athena’s health means she delayed the start of her camp and ended the flight.
Yet the proud traveler and multi-millionaire, who insists his children will learn and earn their way in the world, said they will have to deal with it without it.
“I’ve only been away for three weeks until there’s a fight, which is not normal. I usually come eight weeks early,” Rosh said.
I’ve got a serious job to handle here and I don’t want to be here if I’m on the phone with my kids every day
“But I had a lot of trouble getting back home and that means I’ve been here for three weeks, which is not the end of the world.
“If they can’t work without me for three weeks of their lives, we have a problem.”
Rosh usually spends months with American trainer Sugar Hill Steward as well as his cousin, former world champion and assistant trainer Andy Lee.
But travel restrictions limited Fury to a former Detroit police officer in the UK for a few days before he left for Nevada, where Lee disappeared.
His preparations are far from ideal, but Fury calculates the agony he is feeling, seven days out of the fight, which means he’s on his way to another epic display.
Without sarcasm, Rosh admitted: “I feel terrible, absolutely horrible.
“But if you did an eight-week training camp, which was just ending and feeling great, you didn’t do it right.
“If you oppress your body for eight weeks, training twice a day, six days a week, fighting four or five boys at a time, if you feel great, you Is a bionic man.
“But in a week’s time, I’ll feel great. Right now, I feel pain, I feel pain and a lot of pain.
Wilder blamed everyone but himself for the February 2020 beating by Fury.
The American even accused his opponent of loading his gloves with metal objects and bribing the referee.
But anger is grateful that Wilder is on the firing line to give him another payday, especially after losing his 200 200 million fight with Anthony Joshua when he lost to Alexander Youssef.
Asked if he wanted the Wilder Fight not to be ordered by a judge, he said he could target the rest of the division, saying: “I never want time for myself. Enjoy the seconds
“Life is too short. I wish Wilder was already here. I love every day that I’m alive and breathing.
“I’m not sick of donuts. He keeps making me money, which gives my family a better life.
“Whatever it is, I get paid to go there and work, show and have fun, then go home. That’s what it will be.”
Wilder’s allegations led to the ouster of former Olympic and world champion Mark Breland from his coaching team in order to save him.
It also removed the designers who made their ‘heavy’ color walk costumes, claiming that it wasted all their energy.
But the baseless attempts to tarnish his coronation are not coming under Burt’s skin.
The gypsy king said: “I don’t think you can get any more convincing victories.
“It was the most one-sided heavyweight beatdown I’ve ever seen an undefeated world champion.
“It wasn’t like he was caught before, like Michael Spins against Mike Tyson. It was a breakdown, after the round.
“But there are always excuses from people when they don’t live up to their expectations.”
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