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Fury drew with Deontay Wilder in December last year.

Tyson Fury shows off latest physique in fresh photo posted on Twitter

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There was a time when Tyson Fury looked anything but a professional boxer.

His mental health issues have been well documented in recent years, and during his lowest points, he weighed close to 400 lbs.

However, a fresh photo has been uploaded to his social media showing him looking in as good a shape as ever.

He now weighs just over 18 stone, a lot of which is now muscle mass.

Fury captioned the photo with "Structure, routine and consistency, vital elements of a happy, healthy mind, body and soul!"

And, to go with his renewed image, the ‘Gypsy King’ has big plans for the year ahead.

“Vegas next baby,” Fury told MTK Global.

"We want Vegas next to give the fans something to travel to for an event this summer. That’s what we want and what we’re gearing up to.

“I can’t wait for my date and next fight, I want to be back in action immediately and I’m ready to rock and roll.

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“At this level it’s hard to get loads of fights. I want three fights minimum, but the longer it goes into the year the more unlikely that becomes.

"It is what it is, it’s boxing at the highest level and that’s the way it’s always been."

Fury’s last fight was against Deontay Wilder last year, and it lived up to all expectations.

The Manchester-born fighter was unfancied against the American WBC Heavyweight World Champion, but he took Wilder the distance, with the fight ending as a draw.

The general consensus was even though he was dropped twice, Fury should have been crowned the victor.

For his next bout, Fury looks set to face the unbeaten German Tom Schwarz in Las Vegas next as part of his new huge ESPN deal.

He will earn £80million from five fights shown by the US Sports Broadcaster, and boxing fans all around the world hope that the rematch against Wilder will be one of them.

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