Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has revealed that he is in deep depression and has contemplated committing suicide even though he is set to defend his Commonwealth title on Saturday.
Unbeaten Fury reckons he needs a shrink to pull him out of his deep depression.
According to The Sun, Fury fights Canadian Neven Pajkic in Manchester on Saturday.
He revealed: "One minute I'm happy, over the moon. And the next minute I'm sad - like suicidal sad. I feel like getting in my car and running it into a wall at 100 miles an hour. I don't know what's wrong with me. I'm messed up."
He added: "I think I need a psychiatrist. I do believe I am mentally disturbed in some way. I'm just glad I've got boxing though, I feel better in the ring. That's when I feel some relief."
Fury was named after Iron Mike Tyson by his dad Gipsy John Fury - a one-time heavyweight contender who was jailed for assault earlier this year. Tyson believes his tough upbringing could be why he gets so low.
He added: "Maybe it was the fact that when I was a kid we didn't have a family life. My mother and father were always shouting and screaming. Dad had different women and different kids down the road. My mum had 14 pregnancies - but only four of us survived."
"But I've never been in trouble in my life. I've not got a criminal record. Never had a fight outside boxing. So I'm very different to my dad," Tyson said.