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Tyson Fury has not forgotten the gratitude of the helper who stopped the bleeding from his broken eyebrow

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Tyson Fury has been in the news a lot lately, and it’s not just because of his boxing career. In February of 2017, he was arrested after a confrontation with a member of the British police force. Fury reportedly injured himself during the altercation, and assistance was called to help him. The helper who arrived on the scene is now receiving some much-deserved recognition.

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Tyson Fury has not forgotten the gratitude of the helper who stopped the bleeding from his broken eyebrow. Speaking to ITV after his victory over Wladimir Klitschko, Fury said: “I just want to say a big thank you to the gentleman that helped me out and got me sorted, I really appreciate it.

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Tyson Fury has not forgotten the gratitude of the helper who stopped the bleeding from his broken eyebrow. Fury posted a picture of himself and the helper on his Instagram account, with the caption “Reunited again and even stronger than before!”

Fury was speaking at a press conference for his upcoming fight against Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf, Germany when he was asked about how he was feeling following his win over Sefer Seferi last month. Fury’s face was covered in blood from a gash above his eyebrow sustained during the fight.

A fan who saw the fight and had medical training responded to help him, stemming the bleeding and preventing further injury. The fan has been identified as 22-year-old mechanic Jairod Jordan-Woods, from Melbourne. Fury has since thanked him via social media.

“I’m grateful to this young man,” said Fury. “He had nothing to gain by helping me, but he did it anyway. He’s a true hero.”

Fury is expected to return to action later this year, and will next fight Wladimir Klitschko in Dusseldorf on November 9

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Tyson Fury has not forgotten the gratitude of the helper who stopped the bleeding from his broken eyebrow. “I want to thank that guy,” Fury said. “He was really good and he helped stop the bleeding.”

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Tyson Fury has not forgotten the gratitude of the helper who stopped the bleeding from his broken eyebrow. The heavyweight champion took to social media on Sunday (23 November) to thank the person for their actions. \”I want to say a big thank you to the man who stopped the bleeding from my broken eyebrow,\” he wrote on Instagram. \”Your quick thinking and actions saved my face from becoming a mess! You are a true hero!\”

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Tyson Fury has not forgotten the gratitude of the helper who stopped the bleeding from his broken eyebrow. “I would like to say a big thank you to the gentleman that came to my aid,” Fury said. “He was very brave and I’m grateful to him.”

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