BBC presenter reveals he was BLURRED OUT of Tyson Fury’s Netflix documentary as dad John went for a run | The Sun

A BBC presenter has revealed that he was blurred out of Tyson Fury's Netflix documentary.

The Gypsy King, 35, starred in his fly-on-the-wall show which went behind the scenes of his family life and boxing preparations.

The documentary also featured Fury's family members such as his wife Paris along with their six kids, aged 13 to two, and his father John.

And it was in one of John's scenes that showed BBC radio presenter Chris Hawkins.

The presenter is spotted in the background walking his dog as John Fury goes for his daily run, however, he has been blurred out.

Speaking on BBC Radio 6, he joked: "You may know me from At Home With The Furys, I have kept this quiet for nearly a year since filming.


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"I am the one they blurred out walking my dog in the background while John Fury goes for a run.

"I have tried timing how long I am on screen for, but my reactions are not that good.

"I have just about managed to get a screengrab which I posted on and for absolute clarity, I am the one with the dog."

Chris posted the grab onto Twitter and added a funny comment in which he claims "greatness" has been "thrust" upon him.

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He Tweeted: "Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and, like me, some have greatness thrust upon them when they are out walking their dog in the background while John Fury goes for a run on Meet The Furys."

In the documentary, Fury fans catch a glimpse of the boxer's lifestyle and even his luxury holiday home in Cardiff.

However, Fury did brand the filming as intrusive and often asked cameramen to stop filming a few times.

This has seen him reject Netflix who offered him millions for two more seasons of the show.

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