Fury celebrates with the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts after winning the world heavyweight title fight against Klitschko.
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Troubled world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has admitted taking large amounts of cocaine, saying he is also suicidal and that "I hope someone kills me before I kill myself".The 28-year-old Fury, who has twice this year abruptly canceled rematches with Wladimir Klitschko to defend his World Boxing Association and World Boxing Organization heavyweight belts, tweeted Monday that he had retired, only to make a U-turn just hours later.Last week reports emerged that Fury had failed a drug test for cocaine and he confirmed for the first time, to Rolling Stone magazine, that he had taken the class A drug as a way of self-medicating for severe depression.Lots of it," Fury told the magazine in a series of startling admissions.Explaining why his rematch with Klitschko had been called off for a second time, Fury said: "I've not been training.
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