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Tyson Fury hopes newborn daughter will leave hospital this week

Tyson Fury has admitted that he is hoping that his newborn daughter, Athena, will be able to leave hospital this week after spending time in the ICU following her birth.

Athena was born last Sunday, and she was taken to ICU almost immediately after her birth.

However, the baby’s condition looks to be gradually improving.

Tyson Fury and newborn daughter

Fury recently revealed that “Baby Athena is doing well and has had a stable day off the ventilator.”

And he has now posted a further update, via a video to his Twitter account, where he stated that he hoped she would be able to finally leave hospital on Wednesday.

“Just a four-mile run there with my dad, in the park here in Liverpool,”

Fury told the camera as his father, Big John Fury, stood behind him.

“Erm, hoping to god that that baby gets out of the hospital on Wednesday.”

Fury’s dad, in a recent interview with BT Sport, said: “We’ve come out on a brighter side due to the professionalism of Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool.

“They’ve been really magnificent and they have basically saved a life because she was dead for three minutes and they brought her back.”

The Gypsy King continued: “I can start training for the big dosser Deontay Wilder, which gives me about seven-and-a-half weeks, which is plenty of time for a mug like that.

Fury is set to clash with Wilder for the final instalment of their trilogy later this year.

The Gypsy King continued: “I can start training for the big dosser Deontay Wilder, which gives me about seven-and-a-half weeks, which is plenty of time for a mug like that.

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Fury is set to clash with Wilder for the final instalment of their trilogy later this year.

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