Tyson Fury takes dig at TOWIE and Made in Chelsea in advert for new Netflix show At Home With The Furys

TYSON FURY took aim at the stars of Made in Chelsea and The Only Way Is Essex as he promoted his upcoming Netflix series.

The Gypsy King and his family will launch At Home With The Furys on August 16 on the streaming platform.

Instagram @netflixukTyson Fury fired a dig at TOWIE and Made in Chelsea while promoting his new show[/caption]

Instagram @netflixukThe Gypsy King laid on Morecambe beach in the latest advert for the show[/caption]

Instagram @netflixukAt Home With The Furys hits Netflix on Wednesday[/caption]

And it will offer fans an insight into their chaotic home life in Morecambe, which includes six lively kids, and was filmed during his short-lived retirement in 2022.

We have already reported how the fly-on-the-wall show is expected to be such a success that a second season has already ordered before the first has even dropped.

The WBC heavyweight champion, who faces MMA monster Francis Ngannou on October 28 in Saudi Arabia next, has been promoting the show ahead of its premiere on Wednesday.

And as he lay sunbathing on the beach at Morecambe in the latest trailer, the 34-year-old 6ft 9in undefeated legend could not resist taking a jab at two of their rival reality TV shows.

He said:  “This is a message from the trash talking champion of the world.

“It’s a message for the bums from Chelsea. The skinny-legged plums from Essex. The clowns from Sunset Boulevard. Oh, and the housewives of wherever you’re from.

“Welcome to Morecambe, you dossers!”

Although Netflix denied it at the time, The Sun revealed last May that Fury was making the first documentary.

Last year, Tyson said: “I want to retire on top, unbeaten heavyweight champion of the world.

“I want to do a Netflix documentary, a Hollywood movie and be a good husband, father and son.”


He confirmed it was true in June and last August the streaming giant finally did the same.

The second series, which could drop next year, is expected to pivot around Tyson’s upcoming, high-profile fight with Ngannou.

The first season covers the boxer’s heritage as member of the traveller community and his health issues, as well as his stellar career in the ring.

Wife Paris features along with their six kids, aged 13 to two. So does his brother, fellow boxer and Love Islander Tommy Fury, who has a six-month-old daughter with Molly-Mae Hague, whom he met on the ITV2 show.

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