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Tyson Fury records charity song

Tyson Fury wearing headphones in the studio
Tyson Fury wearing headphones in the studio Image credit: news.sky.com

Tyson Fury has a new fight on his hands as he sets out to battle the charts to raise money for charity.

The boxing legend has covered Neil Diamond’s classic song Sweet Caroline in aid of Talk Club, an organisation which offers support to men struggling with their wellbeing.

Fury has previously spoken publicly about his own experience with mental illness and suicidal thoughts.

The 34-year-old said: "Boxing has been a massive platform for me to spread the word on mental health and I have done it to the best of my ability.

"I have been very vocal about my mental health struggle, especially since my comeback.

"It has been widely printed about my highs and lows, ups and downs, so I've tried my best to keep talking about it as much as I can and keep trying to smash the stigma."

The song has become a football anthem after England fans chanted the lyrics in stadiums, so it’s perfect timing ahead of the World Cup in Qatar this December!

With the track recorded Fury needs to return to his day job as he prepares to step into the ring to fight Derek Chisora at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on 3 December.

Sweet Caroline by Tyson Fury is being released on 11 November.