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Tyson Fury accuses Wladimir Klitschko's camp of attempting to drug him after Saturday's win

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Fury won't be fooled by those wily Ukrainians.

It's good to know that Fury's new heavyweight belts haven't changed him.

Two days after lifting most of the world's heavyweight belts from Wladimir Klitschko, Tyson Fury reportedly told assorted members of the British media that the Klitschko camp attempted to slip him something that would cause him to fail his post-fight drug test. Luckily, you have to get up pretty early in the day to pull one over on ol' Tyson, or something.

Dan Rafael's got the details in the clip above.

This isn't exactly groundbreaking material from the big man, who before the fight also predicted the apocalypse, called Klitschko a devil-worshiper, and gave a very incorrect estimate of how big airplanes are. I am genuinely curious what he'll be like after he retires; I've got even odds that enough blows to the head will knock him into coherence.

But I suppose since he beat the man that he is the man at the moment, so if he wants to run his mouth, it's Wlad's prerogative to shut him back up.