TYSON FURY’S new coach Ben Davison has revealed how he’s getting the previous champ in form for his comeback.
The Gypsy King break up with uncle Peter Fury as he appears to shake issues up and return to the ring in 2018.
And Davison – who has shot into the highlight after touchdown the gig, shared a few of his methods with SunSport.
He stated: “The main target to this point in coaching has been getting his love again for the game.
“Ensuring he’s having fun with it whereas on the identical time getting the load off him and rebuilding his physique.
“The load he’s at on the minute there’s plenty of issues the physique received’t stand up to with out selecting up an harm which might be not intelligent.
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“With him looking to come back you don’t want to be picking up injuries and having long lay-offs, especially while he’s just got the motivation back and the love for the sport back.
“At the minute we’re doing low impact stuff, long duration, he’s training twice a day with three weight sessions a week.”
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Fury is desperate to win back the belts he claimed after beating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.
He is already calling out British rival Anthony Joshua, as well as American puncher Deontay Wilder.
And Davison reckons both have plenty of reasons to be afraid of Fury.
He explained: “We’re looking at four fights in 2018
“Wilder and Joshua both bring dangers to the ring, hurdles that Tyson will have to overcome, but he brings his own hurdles and dangers that they’ll have to overcome.
“They’re obviously both big punchers but they certainly haven’t got the rhythm, coordination, balance – mixed with the size and the boxing brain of Tyson.
“He understands boxing and most importantly he understands heavyweight boxing.
“He’s very calculated, he can box many different ways and what really separates him is his rhythm, coordination and balance, mixed with the size of him.
“Not many men that size have that rhythm, coordination and speed all together. That mixed with his boxing brain – he’s lethal.
“People are mistaken when they think that Tyson is not a puncher, just go back and have a look at his early days while he was still a young man, he’s only just now coming into full maturity.
“He can punch when he wants to punch, but he’s just a little bit smarter about his work now, he takes less risks, he’s cuter – he breaks opponents down now days, he breaks them down before taking them out.
“Preparing for an opponent I always prepare for the best possible version of that opponent, I look into the very-very fine details.
“I look at training videos as well as fight footage because this is such a high level people might hide certain things or not put certain things out there.”
Davison’s appointment came as a shock to many as Fury opted for a man little known outside boxing circles.
The rising star has also worked with world champ Billy Joe Saunders – and it was through him he landed the new gig.
He added: “I was going away to Marbella to train Billy Joe Saunders.
“And Billy Joe being good friends with Tyson – who was in a low place – thought the training camp might give him a bit of motivation, a little boost, a bit of morale.
“So he invited Tyson out and that’s where we met and started working together.”