Morecambe’s heavyweight champion boxer, Tyson Fury, has written a new book detailing everything about the “craziness” of his life.

Gloves Off has been described as Tyson’s “most candid and comprehensive” book to date.

The autobiography details the 'Gypsy King's' rise, fall, and rise again, which saw him come back from the brink of suicide to reclaim his heavyweight crown.

The new book, which is a follow up to his first autobiography, ‘Behind the Mask’, Tyson looks back on his life and career to examine what's really defined him.

Posting to his social media accounts, Fury, 33, said he wants the book to be a source of inspiration for some people and help them through “whatever they are going through”.

He said: “I wrote my first book Behind the Mask four years ago when I was in recovery. As you [might] know, I’d been rock bottom after my mental health issues, I was overweight, depressed.

“But day-by-day I was plotting my way back. Back then, becoming world champion again seemed like an impossible dream, even clown talk at times.”

He added that he has now reached the “summit of boxing” after defeating Deontay Wilder in 2020.

Fury became the unified world heavyweight champion in 2015, holding every belt after defeating Wladimir Klitschko. However his life derailed shortly after as he suffered from major mental health issues, substance use and weight gain, leading to him losing his titles.

He fought back from his well-documented problems to challenge Deontay Wilder in 2018 - which controversially ended in a draw - and in the rematch in February 2020 he knocked out the Bronze Bomber in the seventh round to claim the WBC and The Ring titles, before knocking out Wilder again in October.

Fury said: “I’ve proven that I’m the best heavyweight boxer in the world. I’m grateful to my family and to you my fans in helping me on my comeback.

“I’ve learned that it’s not the material things that matter, and despite my ‘success’ I know my mental health struggles won’t go away and it’s a daily fight.

Family life, his traveller upbringing, beating Deontay Wilder in the ring and more are just some of the never-before-told topics he will be touch upon in the book.

Tyson said: “In Gloves Off, I’ve looked back on my whole life and career to examine what’s really defined me: my travelling upbringing, my fighting family (not least my dad John, brothers Shane, John Jr and Tommy), my beloved wife Paris, mother to our six beautiful children, friends, my rivalries, my amazing boxing support team, my friends (you know who you are), my fights and the pitfalls and challenges along the way.

“It’s my most insightful book yet – the laughs, the hard times, the family man, the craziness of what it’s like to be Tyson. I hope you like it and I hope it might help you, whatever you’re going through. Remember, Nothing is impossible.”

Gloves Off will be released in November but is available for pre-order now from WHSmith, Amazon and Audible.

Fury is set to fight Dillian Whyte later this month at Wembley Stadium and he is giving fans a chances to win tickets for the fights.

To be in with a chance of winning tickets for the April 23 bout, pre-order signed copies at WHSmiths, or the regular edition on Amazon.