TYSON FURY joked that his hit Netflix series is "bulls***" – as producers refused to film him "taking a s***."
The WBC heavyweight world champion and his family were the subject of a nine-part series on the streaming service that went to No1 in the UK.
It gave a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of Fury and his wife Paris, who just welcomed their seventh child into the world.
But the eccentric Gypsy King teased that the fly-on-the-wall show was not real enough for his liking.
He told Barstool: "Netflix didn't want to film the whole reality."
Interviewer Caleb Pressley then probed Fury on whether the show is "bulls***" and he replied: "Proper bulls***."
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Fury, 35, continued: "I said you need to film me taking a s***, you need to film me having a shower, you need to film me in the bath and they said, 'Nope, can't do it'."
The unbeaten boxer returns to the ring on October 28 in Saudi Arabia against ex-UFC star Francis Ngannou, 37, who will make his professional debut.
Fury was questioned whether he will "ever get in shape" to fight.
But the 19st champ hit back: "Nope, never. That's insulting to say that,'Get in shape.'
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"All these fighters, they want to be like body builders, ripped and that.
"But I always rocks the dad bod, bald head, fat, white as anything look absolutely disgusting with my top off and then when I knock out a good looking six pack it's like, 'What the f***, dude. What the f*** just happened?"
Asked how he does it, Fury explained: "Crack them on the jaw and down they go. Can't put muscles on the chin."
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