Tyson Fury's trainer has shared an unseen photo of the world heavyweight champion shortly after his return to training, and highlights the "Gypsy King's" remarkable weight transformation.
The Daily Star reports that Fury's strength and conditioning coach, Kristian Blacklock, shared a picture of the fighter, with him weighing nearly 30 stone.
It was a part of an Instagram post paying tribute to the man from Wythenshawe, as it was included alongside two photos of the weigh in before his first fight against Deontay Wilder in November 2018.
He said: "Since the 1st fight @gypsyking101 has gone from strength to strength but I still think this was his biggest achievement overcoming everything in his path to get back to big time boxing within 12 months, unbelievable."
Blacklock also singled out trainer Ben Davison for praise too, and he commented with: Team work made the dream work", followed by a red heart emoji.
Davison played a key part in Fury's camp before drawing the first fight with Wilder, but left the camp shortly afterwards.
Fury shed 10 stone before making his boxing comeback against Sefer Seferi to get his weight down to 20 stone, but saw it drop even further ahead of the aforementioned inaugural bout with Wilder, as it fell to around 18 stone.
The 33-year-old now holds both The Ring magazine and WBC titles, after overcoming mental health and addiction issues in an eventful journey back to the top of the sport.
It has yet to be confirmed who Fury will fight next, but recently revealed that his focus is set on current unified world heavyweight champion, Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.
It will be fascinating to see what the future holds for the "Gypsy King".
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