World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury Preparing to launch NFT With a Real Use Case 

As many athletes and celebrities join the NFT space. One new household name has been unveiled. Tyson Fury, the boxing champion, will debut his NFT after his most recent bout. 

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Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury, the heavyweight boxing champion, is stepping up his game by using non-fungible tokens in his fights. Fury will produce a 1/1 NFT commemorating his epic walkout from Deontay Wilder in 2020 as part of his farewell contest at Wembley Stadium versus Dillian Whyte. 

Tyson Fury’s NFT Details

The 1/1 NFT will have several real-world advantages, including two ringside seats to the Whyte vs Fury bout, training with Fury for a day, and VIP access to pre-and post-fight celebrations. 

As part of the NFT’s development, Satoshi Sports and Space Runners have joined forces with Fury. The NFT will be available for purchase on the Magic Eden Solana NFT marketplace for 48 hours, beginning April 19th. 

The battle between Fury and Whyte is generating a lot of buzzes. Fury’s last fight as a professional boxer isn’t the only reason to tune in. He hasn’t fought since he attempted to defend his WBC title against Deontay Wilder in October 2021. 

The Sports Industry Adopts Web3 

An NFT collection by Tyson Fury is not a first for boxing. An NFT box collection by Mike Tyson and Binance was launched earlier this month, giving fans the chance to get their hands on actual boxing memorabilia. And it’s not only the biggest names in boxing who’ve made a move to Web3. 

Tom Brady, the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has delved into NFTs. With Autograph, which connects sportsmen and their fans, he helped launch a new industry. ESPN and Autograph have created a Tom Brady NFT collection as part of a collaboration signed between the two companies. 

The Bored Ape Yacht Club and the Gutter Cat Gang have both had athletes display their NFTs in-game, and this is no exception. One example is Josh Hart’s anti-celebrity cash grab NFT collection, which certain players have embraced. 

Using IRL usefulness in athlete NFT drops is a good trend. NFT with physical goods attached may be as simple as autographed stuff in certain cases. Still, it can also add value to the digital asset by making it simpler to determine its practical usefulness. 

Due to its many advantages, the 1/1 Tyson Fury NFT might attract a premium price when it sells later this year. Meanwhile, you can count on Rarity Sniper to keep a careful eye on the sports world for anything NFT-related. There’s no denying the fact that the Web3 market is booming right now. 


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