TYSON FURY won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in support of a trip to Florida to watch the Orlando Magic play against the Atlanta Hawks.
The WBC Heavyweight Champion announced he will not be awarded ‘even if I knock King Kong’.
So in the meantime, Anger decided to enjoy the Florida sunshine with his family while the BBC ‘continues with their SPOTY in the winter’.
He told Daily mail: “The BBC will never let me win even if I beat King Kong.
“I’ll be relaxing in the Florida sunshine while the BBC continues with their SPOTY in the winter.
“Even if they wanted to give me another Special Award, the one they did once, I wouldn’t make another speech for them.”
Fury threatens BBC they will hear from his lawyers if they even put him on the list.
The 33-year-old called for the award to be given to someone who ‘needs it’.
The Furys also love Disney and extended invitations to former rival Deontay Wilder and his family.
Fury and Wilder endured a brutal three-way battle for the WBC crown.
And Fury says the pair need to sit down and think about the physical damage they will suffer in the long run.
Speaking of his rented house for the trip, Fury said: “It’s a big place.
“With a huge pool. There’s room for everyone and I told Deontay we’re convenient for Disney World.”
He added: “This will take years of our lives.
“We will feel the effects of this in our later days.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/boxing/17057688/tyson-fury-bbc-spoty-florida-king-nba/ Tyson Fury says ‘BBC will never let me win even if I take out King Kong’ as he beats SPOTY for Florida