SHANE FURY has been branded “the normal one of the family” after his comments on dad John.
He branded his father “cringey” as he discussed the former professional boxer’s recent string of fight callouts.
The 59-year-old has called out the likes of Mike Tyson, Eddie Hearn and David Haye in the past.
Fury, who retired from professional boxing with an 8-4-1 record, has even challenged Carl Froch to a bout at Wembley Stadium.
However, the former world champion has since responded with a chilling warning for the ex-fighter.
Now his son Shane has given his views, after being asked his dad’s antics.
He admitted: “Quite cringey, in all fairness, on my dad’s behalf. I don’t agree with it at all.”
Tyson’s younger brother added: “He’s his own man, he’ll do what he’ll do. When he gets irate, he comes out with stuff.”
As for any advice he has for his dad, Shane said: “However old he is, it is what it is, he’d be better off eating a cheese sandwich and watching telly.”
He then finished his interview by revealing his interest levels in his dad’s potential fights, explaining: “Would I like to see him fight? No.
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“Would I like to see the fellas he’s offering fight? No.
“Would it be a good fight? Probably not, at 60-years-old a piece, but I’m sure there would be a lot of people who would like to see it.”
Boxing fans were impressed with Shane’s stance, with one dubbing him: “The only sensible Fury.”
Another added: “You know it’s bad when your own son is calling you out for it.”
A third fan also wrote: “Finally someone in the Fury family is talking sense about John.”
Meanwhile, one more commented: “The only normal Fury.”
Who has John Fury called out?
Despite being the Gypsy King’s younger brother and coming from a family of boxers, Shane has no professional fighting experience.
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However, he has remained strongly supportive of his brothers and is often spotted at Tyson’s fights.
He caught the eye of many fans in 2020 with an emotional interview after his older brother’s victory over Deontay Wilder.