Tyson Fury performs a cover of Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline for a mental health charity.

His fans often sing the song before his fights, and the world heavyweight champion is well known for singing classic songs such as “American Pie” and “Walk Through Memphis” in the ring.

The boxer is currently in the studio and the track will be released on November 11, three weeks before his fight against fellow Brit Derek Chisora ​​in London.

All proceeds will go to Talk Club, a men’s mental health charity that offers talk groups, sports groups and other therapy.

The 34-year-old has previously spoken openly about his struggles and suicidal thoughts.

“Boxing has been a huge platform for me to spread the word about mental health, and I’ve done my best to do that,” said Rage.

“I’ve been very vocal about my struggles with mental health, especially since my return.

“There was a lot of press about my ups and downs, ups and downs, so I did my best to keep talking about it as much as possible and try to break the stigma.”

Fury is well known for taking the mic to the ring. Photo: AP

Fury is also hoping his version of Sweet Caroline will appeal to England fans heading into next month’s World Cup in Qatar.

The song is also popular among football fans and was sung by fans after the Lionesses’ triumph at Euro 2022.

A special dance remix is ​​also in the works, according to record label executives.

It’s also not Fury’s first time in the studio – he recorded a duet with Robbie Williams for the star’s 2019 Christmas album.

Fury’s next fight will take place at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on December 3 when he meets Chisora ​​for the third time.

Anyone experiencing emotional distress or suicidal thoughts can call Samaritans for help on 116 123 or email jo@samaritans.org in Great Britain. In the US, call your local Samaritans chapter or 1 (800) 273-TALK.