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Tyson Fury's already back in training ahead of a potential blockbuster rematch against Deontay Wilder.
The 30-year-old made a triumphant return to the ring in 2018, recording back-to-back victories before fighting for the WBC heavyweight world title.
He was unable to reclaim gold after a controversial result. But his split-draw vs. Wilder is set to prompt a rematch this year, and it appears he's back in camp for his next bout.
Fury lost a serious amount of weight as he mapped out his return to boxing. He went from 400 lbs to being in peak physical condition on that night in Los Angeles.
And he hasn't ballooned up in weight over Christmas/New Year, maintaining a trim look as he undergoes training preparation.
The self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' has ventured to Marbella for training as he awaits his next assignment.
Here's hoping it's Wilder who continues to weigh up his options. Dominic Breazeale has also been linked to fighting the unbeaten-'Bronze Bomber'.
Not to mention unified heavyweight king, Anthony Joshua. He's still looking for an opponent on April 13th at Wembley Stadium.
But don't hold your breathe. Barry Hearn has claimed he's heard no response from Team Wilder about a unification fight.
"We would desperately love to fight Deontay Wilder in Wembley on April 13th," he said.
"We have offered him successively more and more. Not just guarantee money, but percentage money.
"It will generate many times more than he has ever earned in his life. But there's a certain level beyond which we won't go because AJ is the A-side.
"Unfortunately to report that so far despite three, four emails, dozens of phone calls. We haven't had one response from Deontay Wilder's team.
"So sooner or later you take the hint that maybe they don't want us that bad. But then they're also, I guess, planning a Tyson Fury rematch."
The heavyweight division is hotting up.