The ‘Gyspy King’ is looking to dethrone the reigning WBC champion in Las Vegas on December 1
Tyson Fury in ‘in the best shape of his life’ according to several surprised boxing fans ahead of his clash with Deontay Wilder.
The ‘Gypsy King’ is looking to cause a heavyweight shock in the world of boxing once more by dethroning the fearsome WBC champion, who has never tasted defeat in his professional career.
On December 1 in Las Vegas, the two colossal men will collide in what is arguably the most highly-anticipated heavyweight title fight in years.
Just a year ago, Fury was pictured topless next to Ricky Hatton at 27 stone and looking decidedly rotund – a far cry from the elusive and trim heavyweight who knocked Wladimir Klitschko off his perch two years prior.
His battles with mental health and with his weight have been well documented, with the former heavyweight champion revealing he nearly committed suicide at his lowest point.
However, almost a year to the day and just three weeks away from his clash with the Bronze Bomber, Fury is looking absolutely incredible – with even a hint of a six-pack.
Ahead of his fight with Francesco Pianeta in August, Fury weighed in at 18st 6lbs but, judging by the picture below, he looks set to weigh in considerably lighter.
Fans took to Twitter to heap praise on the 6ft 9ins star, with some more convinced than ever he can topple the knockout specialist in his own back yard, Check out the best reaction below!
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