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Tyson Fury Loses An Incredible Eight Stone In Huge Body Transformation

Tyson Fury Loses An Incredible Eight Stone In Huge Body Transformation

Tyson Fury has lost an incredible eight stone as he gets back into fighting shape following a hiatus from boxing.

The self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' made his return to the ring after a two-year absence by beating Sefer Seferi in June, recording his 26th professional victory.

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The 29-year-old is back in action on August 18th versus Italian Francesco Pianeta with a shot at a world title on the line. He's set to fight WBC world champion Deontay Wilder, providing he comes out victorious in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

And ahead of his fight, Fury has continued to show off his brilliant physique.

He went through his paces during the open workout at Ricky Hatton's Manchester gym, looking in great nick.

Image: Tyson Fury/Instagram
Image: Tyson Fury/Instagram
Image: Tyson Fury/Instagram
Image: Tyson Fury/Instagram
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This is how Fury looked last November.

Image: Ricky Hatton/Twitter
Image: Ricky Hatton/Twitter

Here's Fury shedding weight by running up hills.

The former unified heavyweight king not only turned heads with his shape but also with his announcement on social media.

He confirmed he's in 'deep negotiations' with Wilder's team for a world title bout.

"Can confirm than we are in deep negotiations with @BronzeBomber team. For the fight," Fury posted on Twitter.

Fury's promoter, Frank Warren, is hoping to secure a world title shot for his fighter.

"First of all we want to see what he looks like on the August 18. Hopefully he will come through it well, but reports from the gym are that he's looking well," he told talkSPORT.

"Tyson, as he's said himself, has been talking about Wilder in the last few weeks and it's a fight I think the British fans would like to see.

"It wouldn't happen in the autumn, if it happens it will be sometime in November or December.

"That's where I would like to see him, providing he comes through okay and that's no disrespect to anybody. He's the lineal champion. He's the guy who hasn't been beaten. He lost his belt outside the ring.

"I'm pretty confident we can make it happen. It takes two to make a deal and if you really want to make a deal you will make it happen."

Wilder vs. Fury in 2018?

Make it happen, Frank.

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Boxing, Deontay Wilder

Nasir Jabbar

Nasir Jabbar is a journalist at SPORTbible. He graduated from Bath Spa University with a BA in Media Communications. He's a combat sport aficionado, and has contributed to MMA websites AddictedMMA and CagePotato. Nasir has covered some of the biggest fights, while interviewing the likes of Conor McGregor, Michael Bisping and Anthony Joshua. He's also an avid Bristol City fan.

 

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