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Fury went through his paces ahead of the defence of his WBC world heavyweight title at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
Interestingly though, the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' did the entire session as a southpaw.
Traditionally an orthodox fighter, Fury hit the pads with trainer SugarHill Steward as a left-hander and looked very sharp.
Watching his son in action as a southpaw, John Fury remained tight-lipped - with SugarHill praising his fighter's ability to switch stances.
Fury boxing southpaw during the open workout didn't go unnoticed by fans on social media.
One Twitter user wrote: "Imagine he does beat Whyte southpaw."
A second tweeted: "Would be great if he knocks Whyte out boxing southpaw. Looking very sharp."
A third added: "He’s taking the Chisora 2 approach but with probably a bit more aggression."
Dillian seeing Fury training southpaw pic.twitter.com/owSprIaC6J— Nadim Haddad (@NadimElHaddad1) April 19, 2022
Hope Dillian Whyte has had some southpaw sparring partner's,Fury's public workout was lefthanded...👊👊 pic.twitter.com/u0nLZPatAz— Allan ley (@allanley29) April 19, 2022
Fury in a southpaw stance hitting the pads at the open workout.. interesting! #FuryWhyte— RBeauch Diáz (@RBeauch17) April 19, 2022
Fury boxing southpaw at the open workout. He won’t will he?— Bilal (@Billy__XVI) April 19, 2022
Running behind on the live feed …. Fury Boxing Southpaw. Bluff or Double Bluff?— leonTheCanteen (@leonTheCanteen) April 19, 2022
The 33-year-old will make the second defence of his coveted green and gold belt against Whyte in just a few days.
The blockbuster main-event headlines a sold-out show from Wembley Stadium, marking Fury's first fight on British soil since 2018.
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