Tyson Fury looks in sensational shape after Christmas training regime as Brit prepares for return in coming months

TYSON FURY is attacking 2022 with gruelling training sessions around freezing Moreceambe Bay keeping him in red-hot form.

The 33-year-old Gypsy King only managed one fight in 2021 but it was the iconic trilogy win over Deontay Wilder and he is hungry for plenty more action in the coming 12 months.


So the undefeated 6ft 9in WBC champion is pounding his local streets with training partner and fellow heavyweight Joe Parker to melt away any Christmas pounds.

Fury went on a whistlestop tour of the UK after his incredible 11th KO of the American in Las Vegas, rushing from city-to-city thrilling fans with tales from the three-fight rivalry.

And he enjoyed a trip to New York where he came face-to-face with dream opponent and WBA, IBF and WBO champion Oleksandr Usyk and celebrated promoter Bob Arum’s 90th birthday.

But he has now parked his jet setting for serious gym sessions and road runs in just 2 degrees on the icy sea front.

And Parker is the perfect partner as he secured a points win over Derek Chisora on December 18 and cannot return to his family home in New Zealand due to travel restrictions so is sweating it out with his pal.

The former WBO king reckons Fury is the hardest working fighter he has ever worked with.

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But he confirmed he can still party with the best when he is away from training camp.

He said: “Tyson’s a different beast altogether.

"I’ve trained alongside him and I know the levels.  Out of everyone I’ve seen and trained with, he’s up here.

“After the Vegas fight, we let loose – Tyson and I – it was the best time. We went to some club, he got on the stage, it was crazy. 

“Then we came back to Morecambe, let loose again and then camp started. 

“He doesn’t muck around in camp. We don’t muck around in camp. But when we have fun, we have fun. And it’s the best fun.”

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