Tyson Fury is currently preparing for his rematch with Deontay Wilder next weekend - but tonight fans can enjoy a glimpse into the man behind the fighter.

The former heavyweight world champion has a colourful life since being born premature and named after Mike Tyson.

Fury has yet to taste defeat in the ring having been crowned king of the division in 2015 when he outpointed Wladimir Klitschko in Germany.

But outside the square circle, Fury has been battling demons for most of his life and after his win over Klitschko descended into a near three-year drink and drug-fuelled depression.

Here is everything you need to know about the programme which charts his rise, fall and rise again...

What time is the documentary on?

Tyson Fury : The Gypsy King programme will air at 9pm tonight.

Tyson Fury with his wife Paris and their five children

What channel is it on?

The episode will be shown on ITV1. If you can't watch it live, it will be shown on ITV1 + 1 at 10pm.

How many parts are there?

There are three episodes in total.

When are the second and third episodes on TV?

The second episode will be shown on Thursday, February 20 at 9pm. The third episode has yet to be scheduled.

When is Fury vs Wilder 2?

Fury will challenge Wilder for a second time on February 22 when the rivals meet in Las Vegas.

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Tyson and Paris Fury’s marriage is as strong as the former world ­heavyweight champion himself.

The pair met when they were just 15 and 16, married aged 19 and 20, and 11 years later they have survived a long list of challenges.

"It’s not been an easy road," Tyson explains. "Life and being with someone for a long time isn’t always easy.

"But Paris understands me and I understand her and what I think is this – all men are the same. We’re all a***holes anyway so you’re better off with the devil you know than the one you don’t.

"You’re never going to get your perfect man or woman unless they’re a Stepford husband or wife. If we focus on people’s flaws then we’re never going to be happy with each other.

"Everyone has good and bad points, everyone argues and gets upset for nothing some days, but the good times outweigh the bad so we crack on with it. It’s called marriage."