TYSON FURY took part in a 'brutal' morning session yesterday, as he steps up his preparations to fight Dillian Whyte.
The pair will do battle for a special 'Union Belt' as well as for the Gypsy King's WBC heavyweight title.
Fury is cutting no corners as he prepares for the fight, working hard to stay in pristine shape.
Donning a Manchester United top and with a picture of himself celebrating in the ring in the background, the 33-year-old updated fans from the gym on Instagram.
He said: "Brutal session done this morning with Joe Parker, Kristian Blacklock and Isaac Lowe.
"Can see myself in the background there, giving myself motivation on a daily basis.
"Thursday morning was a tough morning, I will say."
After a little break Fury was back at it, this time with his dad John Fury also taking part.
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He added: "Just finished a lovely run, Morecambe Bay in the dark, with Isaac Lowe, my dad, Joseph Parker.
"Tell you what dad, doing well for nearly 60-years-old aren't you? Well done."
Fans have been left stunned by the shape that John is in, after he showed off his abs aged 57 in a bathroom selfie.
A date is yet to be set for Tyson's bout with Whyte.
The WBC have awarded Whyte just 20 per cent of the purse – a basic £6million – and set a deadline of February 19th to return the signed contract.
The bout is set to take place on UK soil, Fury's first home fight since 2018.
April 23 is a possible date on which it could take place, while Cardiff's Principality Stadium and Man United's Old Trafford have been touted as potential venues.
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