Tyson Fury's coach offers to train Justin Bieber after singer is called out by One Direction star Liam Payne | The Sun

TYSON FURY'S coach is ready to train Justin Bieber after the pop star was called out by Liam Payne.

Ex-One Direction band member Payne, 28, revealed his desire to box while on a podcast with YouTuber-turned prizefighter Logan Paul, 27.

Paul's brother Jake, 25, KSI, 28, and music icon Bieber, 28, were among the names he challenged.

Singer JB is an avid boxing fan and once a member of Floyd Mayweather's Money Team entourage.

He is also rumoured to be training for a Rocky-style movie role about a Ukrainian fighter.

And trainer SugarHill Steward – nephew to the legendary coach Emanuel – is open to teaching Bieber a thing or two.


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Steward told Betway: "I would definitely have Justin Bieber in camp because Emanuel was teaching Eminem so it's no different.

"I like to teach and it doesn't matter who I teach at this point. I just like teaching, I enjoy it.

"I would be very open to not only teaching Justin Bieber how to box but teaching him how to knock guys out. 

"I think he'd get on well. He's a successful entertainer so he's worked hard to get to this point.

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"So being in camp would not be anything less than he's been doing his whole life. In my training camp we also have fun.

"It's about having fun. It will be hard work but it'll be fun. It's a family oriented gym."

Steward has been credited for turning Tyson Fury, 33, into a heavyweight power-puncher.

And even though Fury is supposedly retired, his coach warned Bieber against a sparring session with the 6ft 9in Gypsy King.

Steward said: "I don't know about Tyson Fury but I've got some other world champions Bieber can get in there with.

"Definitely, Bieber can learn something from being in the ring and sparring with champions.

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"That's something we've always done growing up. We've had world champions boxing with pure novices, doesn't matter.

"It's not about beating them up, it's about teaching them. And at the same time the champion can work on something himself.”

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