He is the two-time world heavyweight champion who defeated Dillian Whyte in a tense Wembley fight last month.
And now it seems Tyson Fury is taking a different path as he is reportedly set to offer a glimpse into his life with a new Netflix documentary.
The 33-year-old sporting champ is believed to be being followed by a camera crew to show his life as a boxer, father and husband.
On screen: Tyson Fury, 33, is reportedly filming for a Netflix documentary about his life
According to The Sun, the crew have already started filming as Tyson has been enjoying time in Cannes for the annual film festival, with the crew reportedly gleaning “a lot of footage” from the holiday.
A TV insider told the publication: “The creators of this document want to give a real behind-the-scenes look into Tyson’s life – as a boxer, husband and father of six.
“The cameras will be watching him and his family and conducting interviews.”
A TV insider told The Sun: “The creators of this document want to give a real behind-the-scenes look into Tyson’s life – as a boxer, husband and father of six.
Holiday: The crew are believed to have already started filming as Tyson has been enjoying time in Cannes for the annual film festival
The publication also revealed Tyson arrived in Cannes in style, showing up in a £18,000-a-night yacht before “angrily stepped into a taxi when the driver refused to take him”.
As the boxer then presumably flew back to the UK on low-cost airline Jet2, the TV crew reportedly caught all that excitement.
Netflix officials have been contacted for comment.
Bow: Tyson has said he is now retiring from boxing after retaining his WBC world heavyweight title during his Wembley knockout with Dillian Whyte (pictured during the fight).
The series comes after his 2020 ITV show Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King, which was a behind-the-scenes reality series.
Tyson has said he is now retiring from boxing after retaining his WBC world heavyweight title during his Wembley knockout with Dillian Whyte.
After the fight, Tyson told TalkSPORT, “This is definitely the end of Gypsy King and I went out with a bang.”
While his 14-year-old wife Paris explained that she’s glad he’s retiring and “wants to have him at home now”, revealing she’s not enjoying boxing’s build-up “a bit”.
The couple have six children together: Venezuela (12), Prince John James (9), Prince Tyson II (5), Valencia (4), Prince Adonis Amazia (3) and Athena (8 months).
Tyson teased the documentary after the fight, also saying: “I want to do a Netflix documentary, a Hollywood movie and be a good husband, father and son.”
TV history: The series comes after his 2020 ITV show, Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King, a behind-the-scenes reality series (pictured on the show).
Dad in love: He and his wife Paris share six children, Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, nine, Prince Tyson II, five, Valencia, four, Prince Adonis Amaziah, three, and Athena, eight months