Video: John Fury bloodied from headbutt to Oleksandr Usyk team member ahead of Tyson Fury’s title unifier

It wouldn’t be a true Tyson Fury fight week without some drama involving his father John Fury.

As fight week activities begin ahead of Saturday’s highly anticipated heavyweight title unification bout between Fury and Oleksandr Usyk in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the tension between teams is gearing up, as well.

John Fury has no problem leading that charge, it seems. During an encounter with the opposing team, the 59-year-old uncorked a headbutt to the face of someone in Usyk’s camp.

Security and event staff already were in process of separating the two sides, but Fury’s attack caused more frantic movement. John Fury split his forehead open with the headbutt, then was pulled away from everyone else.

Multiple angles of the incident have surfaced on social media, and you can check them out below (via X):

It’s unknown if the attack from Fury will come with any repercussions as far as his continued involvement through the remainder of fight week. His son Tyson takes on Usyk at Kingdom Arena. The event airs on pay-per-view.

Story originally appeared on MMA Junkie