Former heavyweight champ claims conversation with Billy Joe Saunders has inspired him to return and clean up division
TYSON FURY has vowed to clean up the heavyweight division – insisting he is finally sure he wants to return to the ring.
The former heavyweight champ is currently in Marbella training with Billy Joe Saunders, with the intention of fighting on his pal’s undercard.
And in a foul-mouthed blast shared on Instagram the Gypsy King called out his rivals as he continues his comeback from a boxing ban.
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Fury, 28, said: “Training because I want to train, BOOM – 24 times before, I’ll do it again.
“Hey it’s that time of day again where the Gypsy King is heading back to the gym, second session of the day.
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“I’m the greatest of all times, ain’t no one like me. Shout-out to all the b****** out there, Deontay Wilder, Anthony Joshua, Wladimir Klitschko, Tony Bellew, all I’ve you’s, you’re all little p**** h****.”
“There’s not much else going on, getting some weight off, training, pimping, doing what I do.
“All those people out there who have their opinions, do you think I give a f*** about you?”
Fury has not fought since beating Wladimir Klitschko, who fights Anthony Joshua on Saturday, and has struggled with his weight and mental issues.
And the Brit released a second post where he took a more measured approach – discussing his troubles after downing the Ukrainian in a shock result.
He added: “I’ve just been sat with Billy Joe having an in-depth conversation about our lives and careers. “I’d never been sure since a day after the Klitschko fight that I’d ever fight again but I’ve made my mind up and I’m definitely going to return. And return to my best.
“I don’t believe there’s a heavyweight out there who can lace my boots up and I’m going to prove the world wrong once again.
“They didn’t give me a prayer last time and a lot of people aren’t giving me a prayer to lose the weight but I will.”
Fury also shared pictures of his dinner – grilled chicken and strawberries with Greek yogurt – captioned: “tea time from myself #EatingWell.”