Tyson Fury back in the gym giving kids boxing lesson days after saying he would fight Anthony Joshua for FREE | The Sun

TYSON FURY returned to the gym over the weekend to give some youngsters a few words of wisdom.

The Gypsy King, 33, has plenty of time on his hands after retiring in April following his win over Dillian Whyte.


And he is putting it to good use – giving back to the community and children of Billingham, Durham.

Fury visited Billingham Boxing Academy and offered advice to the pupils of the gym.

The heavyweight world champion also encouraged those in attendance and no doubt told them about the importance of mental strength as well as physical.

The academy shared some photos of Fury with the kids on social media, with many impressed by the boxer's selflessness.

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One fan wrote: "Wow, fair play. Those kids will never forget that moment.

"To see a Boxing Icon like him come up to Billingham is class."

Another added: "That is outstanding and shows the hard work you put in for those kids is appreciated."

And a third said: "Brilliant, look at the kids eyes 👏🏻"

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Fury is on a countrywide tour and recently spoke about the prospect of fighting Anthony Joshua.

And he made yet another U-turn on his future, now claiming he would fight Anthony Joshua for free having previously stated he would accept no less than £500million.

He said: "I swear to God I hope he wins the fight against [Oleksandr] Usyk so that I can come out of retirement and fight him for free.

"However, the terms are this – I want it at Wembley stadium, I want it free to enter and I want it on free-to-air in television in this country.

"I'll fight him in England, not abroad in a foreign country for more money, here for free for the people."

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