Tyson Fury had ‘web mesh inserted’ in a terrible cut above his eye that needed 47 stitches … but it didn’t affect spruce prior to Deontay Wilder’s showdown
- Tyson Fury fought past Otto Wallin to win a unanimous decision in his last fight
- He suffered terrible wounds on his eyebrow and eyelid but managed to continue
- “Gypsy King” revealed that he had inserted gauze to ensure that the wound was sealed
Tyson Fury had ‘inserted a mesh’ in the horrific cut above his eye after the fight with Otto Wallin.
The ‘Gypsy King’ came through to win a unanimous point decision in his last fight, but had to overcome the worst injury of his career.
After the game he had 47 stitches to close the wound and man Jacob “Stitch” cut Duran about how Fury had been recovered.
Tyson Fury suffered a terrible cut in his win over Otto Wallin in Las Vegas
He told VegasInsider: ‘Tyson has inserted a mesh fabric into its soft tissue where the cut is to strengthen it.
‘When you place a web on something, it only gives it that extra support. But when I first met Tyson, we went over the cuts and I immediately saw that the surgeon who did the work had done a great job.
“Technology is reaching a point where it is constantly improving.
‘The advantage is that you protect it and at the same time have natural healing. I would think that the tissue in the tissue will grow, so now you have an extra layer that all interlocks. “
Deontay Wilder has talked about opening the cut this Saturday in the rematch with Fury.
The ‘Gypsy King’ fought on and prevented the doctors from canceling the fight
But Duran further said that there have been no problems in the run-up to the huge confrontation this weekend.
“The cut has absolutely no influence on Tyson sparring. The first time I started putting on Vaseline, he said no one had set it up like his brother did – so that was an honor for me.
‘But you want to protect the entire area, not just the cut. You just want to protect his entire face at all times. “