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Fury entered the contest as the heavy favourite as he faced a man who had never boxed professionally before, but he was knocked down in the third round by the former UFC heavyweight champion, and was fortunate to win a razor-thin split decision, in the eyes of many fans.
Ngannou has received plenty of credit in the aftermath of his display against the WBC heavyweight king, but fans and pundits have also been wondering why Fury looked so far below his best throughout the fight.
Daly feels Fury's packed schedule away from the ring that has included filming a Netflix documentary with his family, meeting fans up and down the country and promoting his new book caused him to take his eye off the ball, and he almost paid the ultimate price.
'For Fury, unfortunately, he looked a little bit physically and mentally drained going into the ring,' Daly said on Mail Sport's new boxing podcast, The Hook.
Tyson Fury was knocked down by Francis Ngannou in their fight, and only just beat the former UFC heavyweight champion on Saturday night
Mail Sport's Charlotte Daly believes Fury was distracted by filming his Netflix documentary
She also thinks Fury travelling up and down the country to meet fans did not help
Fury has also been promoting his new book in recent months, and this may have distracted him
'I think the fact that his life kind of hasn't been his own for the last couple of months, like I have no doubt he took Francis seriously, I don't think he underestimated him at any point.
'But when you're obliged to fulfil all these