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Tyson Fury: I took cocaine but don’t want to live anymore

• World heavyweight champion opens up on his mental illness• ‘It’s been a witch hunt ever since I won that world title’ Tyson Fury has admitted taking cocaine as he battles manic depression, with the world heavyweight champion once again casting doubt on whether he will ever box again. Fury, who backtracked from his pledge to retire from the sport on Monday, is receiving professional help for mental health issues that have arisen as a result of what he called a “witch-hunt” against him following his victory over Wladimir Klitschko last November.
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