Posted: 12.10.21 at 13:21 by Joseph Macey
On Saturday evening Tyson Fury delivered an 11th round knockout of Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas - and a local pasty maker has paid tribute to the inspiring heavyweight with his own pasty.
Made by Fergus Muller at Ann's Pasties, Helston, the pasty is a tray-size pasty which is the business's biggest one.
The pasty contains 16 ounces of meat inside it and all the traditional veg to go with it (turnip, onion potato), which Ferg describes as a "beauty".
Sharing pictures of the mammoth pasty on social media, Ann's said they had huge respect for Tyson after he has fought back from mental health struggles to win and defend the WBC heavyweight crown.
Speaking to Nub News, Ferg and the team at Ann's Pasties are hoping to raffle off some of the pasties to raise money for mental health charities.
"The Gypsy King is not just a great champion and a superb sportsman, him also having a weakness makes it easier for other people to talk about mental health issues which is amazing.
"I also respect the fact that he probably has millions of pounds but his home is actually quite humble, he doesn't drive round in flash cars, he is just a great guy in my eyes.
"The last true champion was Lennox Lewis, and he has now cemented himself as a star of his era."
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