Tyson Fury vows to come back better than ever before
- Tyson Fury is ramping up his training ahead of his comeback to he ring
- The former world heavyweight champ has talked up a fight with Anthony Joshua
- Fury has taken to Instagram to share a video of his current training schedule
- Promoter Eddie Hearn has insisted Fury will not be Joshua’s next opponent
Tyson Fury has vowed to prove people wrong once again after showing his fans a video of his current training progress, acknowledging his poor shape is completely down to his own doing.
Fury has been away from boxing since his incredible world title victory over legend Wladimir Klitschko in 2015, and has let his physical shape slip as a result since.
But, since Anthony Joshua’s recent victory over Klitschko at Wembley, Fury has burst back onto the scene by challenging the current WBA champion and vowing to get back into optimum condition.
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Tyson Fury is battling to regain peak fitness, claiming his current shape is all his own fault
Taking to social media platform Instagram Fury uploaded a video of himself heading out for a job in the Spanish city of Marbella.
Speaking frankly to the camera, Fury acknowledged that his poor shape and fitness was completely down to his own doing, but made a stern pledge to ‘come back better than ever before’ and once again prove the doubters wrong.
Sharing the clip with his 179,000 followers Fury can be seen mid-jog, out of breath and working hard.
‘I’m doing a nice little run on the prom. Taking it nice and slow. I’m very heavy but I’ve done it to myself so I have to do this to myself and get it off by myself,’ Fury began by saying to the camera.
Fury has vowed to once again prove the doubters wrong and return at the highest level
‘I’m definitely working hard and I’ve definitely lost a bit of weight. I’ve not had any carbs now, almost zero for about 10 days.
‘You feel tired when you don’t have any carbs but you’ve got to crack on when you’ve done it to yourself.
‘There’s no pity for an idiot and when I say I’m going to come back better than I ever was before, to prove people wrong like I did before,’ the former world champion added.
Fury is hoping to return to the ring at the very top, by challenging the undefeated and seemingly unstoppable Joshua.
The Gypsy King had called out Anthony Joshua on social media in a bid to arrange a bout
Fury has talked up the potential clash heavily, going as far as to call out Joshua by branding him a ‘weightlifting punk.’
Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn has this week come out and said Fury will not be the next opponent for his star man, though the desire of the boxing world to see the two giants take to the ring remains high.