The boxer was sat in the £155,000 Ferrari with his children, daughter Venezuela and son Prince John James
TYSON FURY has delivered a message to all his “haters” – from the comfort of his £155,000 Ferrari.
But we’re not sure exactly what the message was – possibly that he is relaxed and having fun.
The self-titled “Gypsy King shared a video on his Instagram page of his sat in the red super-motor, believed to be a Ferrari California, with his daughter Venezuela and son Prince John James.
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With the rap banger Lifestyle by Rich Gang blasting out over the car speakers, Fury starts by saying: “Shout out to all the haters out there – motherf***ers”.
He is seen with his hands in the air, bopping along.
But his children don’t seem too keen to join in with the fun, until a bit of gentle encouragement from the former world champion boxer sees them both lift their hands in the air, eventually.
Tyson Fury has been in the UK trying to clear his name with UKAD over drug charges dating back to 2016.
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Fury is on a break from his daily training in Marbella but has been visiting a gym and been on daily runs.
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He is desperate to reclaim his world titles, now held by Anthony Joshua, meaning the prospect of a mouthwatering domestic heavyweight clash could become a reality.
SunSport reported that promoter Frank Warren says Anthony Joshua is simply “looking after the world titles” until Tyson Fury makes his return to boxing.
Speaking to BT Sport, Warren said: “Tyson wants to fight, it’s what he should be doing, fighting.
“I know mentally he’s got himself back to where he was when he won the world title, and the game needs him.
“He didn’t lose his titles in the ring, he vacated them, and the luck of him vacating wound up that Anthony Joshua fought a pretty easy to win the title [IBF, vs Charles Martin].
“And then Tyson’s rematch with Klitschko, after he beat him so convincingly, fell apart when he [Fury] decided he wasn’t going to fight.
“And that again was Anthony Joshua’s gain, and the fans too because it was a fantastic fight for the both of them [against Klitschko].
“But until Joshua beats Fury, if he can beat Fury, he’s not got the world title.
“He’s looking after the belts for the man who vacated them.”