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02nd Dec 2015

Former boxer and football star Curtis Woodhouse won £71,000 on this amazing Tyson Fury treble

Some of his fans won big off the tip!

Ben Kenyon

Del Boy Trotter famously said ‘He who dares Rodders, he who dares, my son’.

There were probably not a lot of people who had the balls to put their hard-earned money on Tyson Fury overcoming the weight of history to end the decade-long reign of champion Wladimir Klitschko.

But former boxer and Sheffield United and Birmingham footballer Curtis Woodhouse  certainly did.

The ex-British boxing champion not only had Fury on to win, but he also backed James DeGale to win his world title defence against Lucian Bute AND wagered that Chelsea would draw with Spurs.

So when Fury defied the bookies odds to record his historic win he was pretty chuffed…

Then things really started hotting up when DeGale won a points decision over Bute. But he wasn’t about to bottle it though…

Although he was obviously sh*tting it…

Really sh*tting it…

The man, lovingly known as the ‘Troll Hunter’ for the time he drove 60 miles to confront an internet troll, saw his brilliant bet come in which bagged him a cool £71,600.


But after sharing the solid gold tip with his fans, tweets started pouring in from followers who had taken his advice…