Too Fast Too Furyous.
Tyson Fury looks like he is in top shape after releasing a clip on social media, as the Gypsy King prepares for his Bout in December.
The Gypsy King released a small promo video on Twitter of him doing boxing drills, where the current WBC Champion looks to be at his devastating best, as he shows off his exquisite footwork and dexterity.
We have come to expect this from Fury ever since he landed on the Heavyweight scene, despite being 6ft9ins and weighing almost 20st, he remains one of the fastest Heavyweights in the world, and that’s clear for all to see from this clip.
Fury’s caption was: "Working hard. It’s me vs the world. Come get some of this."
The Gypsy King is in the midst of a training camp as he is gearing himself up for homecoming fight in early December.
At the second time of asking, Fury put in a scintillating performance to defeat Wilder back in February to become the WBC champion, and he is now set to return to the ring on home soil this time around.
The Fury vs Wilder Trilogy fight will not be happening imminently, to the dismay of many boxing fans, and it remains unknown as to whether his belt will even be on the line for his next clash on December 5.
Fury’s bout is likely to be against a relatively unknown opponent, which naturally rules out the high ranking heavyweights that many fans would like to see a clash with 'The Gypsy King'.
Fury has a few potential opponents on the cards, with the likes of David Price, Carlos Takam, Lucas Browne, Dempsey McKean, Razvan Cojanu all being linked to being Fury’s next challenger.
Regardless of who he may fight next, fans were raving about Fury in the comments of his post.
British boxing fans are relishing the chance to see a clash of the titan's showdown between Anthony Joshua and Fury.
Back in March, the WBC Heavyweight Champion announced that a deal had been agreed for two-fight series with WBA, WBO, and IBF champion Anthony Joshua, to the delight of many fans of across the country.
If AJ wins his bout against Pulev on December 12 and Fury is victorious on his bout the week before AJ’s fight, then this clash could well and truly be on in 2021.
AJ’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, already has a plan in place for when the two fights will take place and had the following to say to Sky Sports:
"You break them up into probably April, May, June, and then November, December [for the rematch].
"I think it’s about where and of course they’re two British heavyweight world champions, and if one of those fights at least didn’t take place in the UK it would be a shame."
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