As a person who has been actively involved in combat sports throughout my life, I love to see stories like Tyson Fury’s. At a young age, I was inundated with a constant anti-White narrative about White men in sportsball and boxing, and how we could never really athletically compete with the glorious Black man and sheeeeeeeeeiiit. Sorry, cracka.
It was not always overtly explicit, but the refrain remained consistent. Now, I am certainly not going to go into some Steve Sailer statistical graph diatribe about fast-twitch muscle fibers or all Caste Sports here, but I’m sure most of you know what I mean.
That is why when I watch something like the video below, I cannot help thinking about how many anti-Whites are seething because of Tyson Fury’s recent boxing match domination. I imagine Tariq Nasheed throwing whatever device he is using or smashing his television, which makes me smile ear to ear.
A White man in professional boxing was basically a punchline for the longest time compared to their Black, and quite often Hispanic, counterparts. They were disrespected and thought of as inferior in every way. Then, something changed when Europeans became heavily involved during the last 20 years or so. Suddenly these European Whites were rising to the top of various weight divisions and winning belts again. The talking heads were in disbelief because they imagined it to be an impossible feat. Even White American boxers started getting back into the fray and were competing at the highest levels. This was all statistically amazing, just ask Steve Sailer, since the white participation rate in sports like boxing is extremely low compared to other races.
Fast forward to now. The greatest heavyweight boxer in the world is once again White. Most experts would pick him to beat any other challenger at this moment. What is most shocking about this is not only is he White, but also the fact that he has been his own worst enemy for years by abusing drugs and alcohol. It seems he has gotten his life back on track with his absolute soul-crushing domination of his last opponent, which is something we should all be very proud of because he is a true gladiator and testament to our people.
To be frank, I am not advocating for anyone to do boxing, mma, or any other martial art because of the high level of danger and injury, but it is exceedingly gratifying to see one of our own reaching the pinnacle of the boxing world. Fury is a shining beacon of what is possible for us. So many times in the current year, they tell White men what we cannot do. As history has proven time and again, we are capable of almost anything.
As an aside, Fury is called “The Gypsy King.” He is not a true gypsy like those who originated from India. Tyson is an Irish Traveller, a group of people who are the descendants of ethnic Irish who lost their lands when Cromwell invaded Ireland. The Irish Travellers have been commonly called gypsies as both a slur and a somewhat appropriate description due to their lifestyle similarities with the Romani (true Gypsies).
Additionally, he’s like me before I have three beers.
“Ok, I promise I will not talk about politics tonight.”-famous last words
Three beers later….